John Fallot—pronounced like 'Buffalo' but without the 'Buff'—is a graphic designer living in scenic Astoria, Queens.
John was chosen to create creature artwork for the hit .io game, deeeep.io.
John draws and illustrates in his spare time.
John was asked to help the NYC Anti-Violence Project design and develop outreach cards.
This concept campaign explores a more practical and engaged approach to wellness & meditation advertising.
John was asked to design new outreach cards for Front Runners New York.
John was asked to help with typesetting and laying out both an "Adopt A Zip Code" map, and the Fall 2016 Newsletter, for God's Love We Deliver.
John rebranded the Next Steps 5K, headed by Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC), creating an identity that was both polished and clean.
John was elected to improve the website and visual identity of his college's student government.
John oversaw a redesign of psgaonline.org. While the website is no longer live, glimpses of the original exist at webarchive.org.
John oversaw production of an 'I Am PSGA' video series on social media.
John designed a publicity campaign for the Spring 2013 elections, which had the highest turnout to date.
John was asked to help the college design a publicity campaign for their new Portchester Shuttle Bus.
John created these designs for two continuing education courses: 'Branding' and 'Feeling of Design', both taught at the School of Visual Arts (SVA).
A poster addressing autism stigma.
An application of Scotts Fertilizer branding to Chanel Perfume.
An incremental "moving-away-from" an A-List Horror Movie Poster.
John explored a rebrand for Brooklyn Botanic Garden, an urban botanic garden that connects people to the delightful world of plants.