About Kevin Tiernan
Kevin Tiernan is a graphic designer with a clean visual style. He's currently the Creative Lead/Interactive Designer at Lumi Agency in Hartford. As an art director at Catapult Marketing, he worked on campaigns for digital, social, television and OOH. Growing up, Kevin loved drawing characters from his favorite shows. After joining a band, he started getting interested in graphics for t-shirts and albums. Kevin studied graphic design at Central Connecticut State University and earned his Bachelor of Arts in 2012.
His work has been featured on Nerdist, io9, DeviantArt, SyFy, Sony Pictures, VoyageLA, Creative Bloq, and Movies.com. The University of Nottingham used Kevin's posters to promote a pop culture lecture series. Passionate about posters, he has participated in group shows at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Kevin is inspired by things like hand lettering, vintage posters, and hiking trails. He enjoys playing guitar, collecting records, comics, questing for the best burritos, and hanging out with his five dogs. You can typically find him with a cup of coffee nearby.
GALLERY 1988, LA
Tiny Tales, Official Rick and Morty show, Official Archie Comics show, Stephen King, How Did This Get Made? Podcast, 30 Years Later (2017), Official BoJack Horseman show, Official Focus Features show, CRAZY4CULT 11, Postcard Correspondence, 30 Years Later (2018), Idiot Box, official WWE show, CRAZY4CULT12
The Princess Bride 30th Anniversary
CREATURE FEATURES, LA
HACKNEY PICTUREHOUSE/REEL PRINTS, UK
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Adobe Creative Suite: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, After Effects,HTML, CSS, jQuery, CMS, WordPress, InVision, Sketch, Dreamweaver, Bridge, Blogger, PageCloud, email marketing: iContact, SecondStreet, MailChimp
Digital and print advertising, posters, illustration, web banners, landing pages, art direction, front end design, concepting, key art, shopper marketing, out of home, coding, wireframing, branding, social media, typography, kinetic typography, presentations, video editing, television storyboarding