Adam Pollack

Graphic designer / Art director based in Portland. Available for freelance projects.

Working with friends & clients to improve the social good through purposeful design. Passionate about social justice, environmental policy, healthcare reform, urban design, and architecture.

You can usually find me making books, woodworking, exploring Portland and environs, snowboarding on Mount Hood, or in the 300-level at a Blazers-Sixers game.

Services
    Brand Identity & Strategy 
    Art Direction
    Printed Collateral
    Packaging Design
    Books/Publications
    Web Design & Development
    UI/UX
    Photo Retouching

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Email
@adam_pollack
Book of Stamps

An archive of my grandfather’s stamp collection, featuring stamp designs from the 1950s–80s. This first edition of 25 was designed, printed, sewn and binded by myself, as part of a final thesis for my worktrade fellowship with the IPRC.
2020



ABLE Desk Co

Identity, product packaging and website for ABLE Desk Co, a local Portland company offering affordable active furniture.

CD: Studio Jelly
AD/Design: Adam Pollack
Photography: Lincoln Barbour, Dan Cronin
Web development: The Beauty Shop

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2018



Brother David’s & Sun+Earth Certified

Identity, packaging design, OOH, and web design assistance for a nonprofit cannabis supplier, focusing on social justice, organic farming practices, and activism for better drug reform policy.

CD: Studio Jelly
AD/Design: Adam Pollack, Mia Nolting
Photography: Padraic O’Meara
Web development: The Beauty Shop

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2018–2020



Hacker Architects

Website design incorporating the human elements that define Hacker’s values; concept sketches, architectural inspiration, and the natural environment.

CD: Studio Jelly
AD/Design: Adam Pollack, Mia Nolting
Web development: The Beauty Shop

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2017–2019



Independent Publishing Resource Center

Monthly event calendars for the Independent Publishing Resource Center in Portland, an organization providing the space, tools, and resources to create independently published artwork.
2019–2020