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Today is a particularly relevant day in the history of illustration, as May 31, 1929 marked the premiere of the first talking cartoon of our favorite rodent Mickey Mouse in “The Karnival Kid”; as such, it seemed fitting to showcase a designer with an illustration background for today’s Featured Face! Ballista Magazine is proud to present Mr. Greg Tariff, a graphic designer from the Palmetto State.
Greg Tariff is an interactive and graphic designer from western Massachusetts that is currently living in Hilton Head, SC. Trained in Graphic and Interactive Communications at the Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD), Greg is an extraordinary talent with an impressive list of employers including global leaders such as Draft FCB, GREY Worldwide, and BFG Communications. In addition to his outstanding resume, Greg’s “Overpopulate” packaging work (seen above) was a semi-finalist in the 2009 Adobe Design Achievement Awards as well as being showcased as a featured piece in the Best of Ringling College of Art and Design gallery show. Greg’s work is lively, interactive, fresh, and socially-conscious…but we don’t need to tell you that, you can see for yourself in the gallery below!
As usual, more of Mr. Tariff’s work and professional discourse can be found on his personal website, Twitter, Facebook, and/or LinkedIn profile pages. We hope you had an outstanding Memorial Day weekend and welcome you back to the grind with the promise of yet another Feature tomorrow afternoon!