Mr. Kevin Kernan

About Me

I enjoy sharing great food, scotch, and design with my friends.

Member Since April 2005
Member Type Contributor
AIGA Chapter Philadelphia
Title Partner and Director of Business Development
Company GDLOFT
Email moc.tfoldg@nivek
Website www.gdloft.com
Portfolio Site www.kevkern.com
Field Design/Graphic design
Communication design
Art direction/Creative direction
Bio

Currently, I am a Partner and Director of Business Development at GDLOFT PHL. In addition I am completing my thesis at Drexel University, where I will be receiving an MS in Arts Administration.

I began my career in graphic design at Current Medicine/Current Science in Philadelphia. I later became the senior designer at the Philadelphia City Paper. While working at City Paper, I also freelanced at GDLOFT's studio. After CP I joined the design team at Turn Around Marketing, then went on to work for Drexel University as a Senior Designer.

I have an extensive background in print design,production management, social media, and strategy. I am always interested in learning more about the web and moblie.

I enjoy working on projects that push the concept of what design is and I'm always seeking new information.

  • Kevin updated a project on Behance.
    Because Canada Doesn't Want Your Sorry Ass! (USA) Westphal. Begin. (Video) Drexel University, Responsive Email Design Saint Basil Academy Viewbook Package
  • Kevin updated a project on Behance.
    Web of Lies T-shirt Philadelphia City Paper AIGA Pulp, Ink And Hops Poster/Mailer eCorpse project
  • Kevin updated a project on Behance.
    The Breakfast Club, AIGA Philadelphia Gautam Narang, Flipeye Photography Logo Duality Series La Jetee Film Poster
  • Kevin updated a project on Behance.
    Danger Bar Trocadero Concert Posters Spring Writer's Conference Super Charged Heaven
  • Kevin updated a project on Behance.
    Drexel University Acceptance Packet Frankenstein's Monster and his tea party Ultra Kings' European Tour Poster Bridesmaid chat book
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