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Nuka Cola Bottle


I worked with Bethesda Softworks' Fallout license to produce what might be the greatest product in the history of licensed merchandise. If you're a Fallout fan reading this you're probably saying, "There's an officialy licensed glass Nuka Cola bottle in the word and I don't have it? GIVE IT TO ME NOW!" I designed this for Think Geek but due to issues with a Gamestop buyout, the project slipped through the cracks and never made it passed the initial sampling phase. As of today there have only been 6 of them produced. This will almost certainly be a best seller if another customer picks it up in the future. If you're one of the few people that have an existing bottle you should treat it like the most precious baby of all the precious babies. I also designed a set of plastic Nuka Cola bottles that are currently on sale if you're into that sort of thing.

Bottle Cap Clock 


I designed several Nuka Cola themed products and packaging for Fallout. This metal Nuka Cola bottle cap clock was one of my favorite projects and it was a best seller for ThinkGeek as well. If you want to see it in more detail check out this unboxing video.

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Pip Boy Mug


This made a huge splash on the fandom websites when it hit store shelves but it wasn't all smooth sailing along the way. There were a lot of naysayers when I first brought up this concept. "It will be way too big." they said. "You'll need a forklift just to raise it to your mouth." they argued. "Don't give me none of that flip flappin' jibber jabber!" I exclaimed. Thankfully the people at Just Funky and Bethesda agreed with me as it went on to become a best seller for ThinkGeek.

Vault Boy Mat


"Welcome Home" was a theme of the franchise when it returned with Fallout 4. It seemed like a no brainer to turn it into a welcome mat. This was a best seller for Think Geek and Gamestop. 

Sugar Bombs Bowl


The most important thing to creating a successful licensed product is having intimate knowledge of the license you're working with. Fallout has to be one of the best properties for licensed merchandise because it is packed full of in-world brands and products to bring to life. I took the in world cereal brand Sugar Bombs and used it to brand a cereal bowl and packaging. This was a best seller for several retailers and is still on sale 6 years after I designed it. You can get your own at TOYNK.

Vault Boy Mug


This Vault Boy mug was a big hit for Just Funky and was ordered by several retailers including Gamestop, ThinkGeek, Target, Box Lunch, and Walmart.

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Fallout Packaging


One of my favorite things about working with Bethesda Softworks is their lack of existing brand standards. This allowed me to create packaging style guides for their gaming licenses. I designed two separate packaging styles for Fallout; one for Nuka Cola based products and another for Vault-Tec/generic Fallout merch. I designed several packages using these guides and I also provided direction to other designers in order to maintain consistency for the branding. 

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