You're on an iPhone, or maybe you don't like Flash.

It looks as though you're not able to view the Flash version of my site, so I've gone ahead and displayed some of my work below so I don't leave you hanging with a big, boring, blank page and a bad association with the name, “Ed Adams”. Enjoy the work, and when you find yourself wanting more, come back and view my full Flash-based portfolio. Or for some immediate gratification, visit my blog @ blog.flickertoflame.com and take a look at my résumé.

My name is Ed Adams and this is my design and illustration portfolio. I’m a designer, an illustrator, an artist, and if you want to play the title game - I’m an Art Director. I work in the NJ / NYC metro area and create things that people look at everyday; on the street and on the internet, I’ve worked on projects with the big budgets of fortune 500s to less lucrative jobs for bands and record labels. I thrive on both print and interactive; I’m able to handle everything from concept to flash development and I can act as a liaison between creative and technology with my working knowledge of both backend and frontend code [hopefully saving everyone a few years on their life expectancy]. I’m painfully organized, obsessed with “a christmas story”, and I can’t stand it when my glass coffee table has smudges. Ultimately, it all comes down to one thing: I love to make images.



If you’d like to talk about what kind of image you need made [static or interactive], or you just want to talk about my typography, drop me a line at ed@flickertoflame.com. You can also follow me on twitter and linkedin for my résumé and other information.

Castrol GTX Nationals microsite/instant win game:



De La Hoya, The Sound of our own Decay LP Layout:



Between the Wars, Death and the Sea CD layout:



Castrol Liquid Engineering Crew Loyalty Program/Website:



JVC Cutting Room Floor Microsite and Billboard:



The Procedure, Shift Pacific CD Layout:



JVC/Warner Bros. V for Vendetta Microsite:


Hammer Press/FSC Environmental DM and Poster:



Poster, Group Installation, Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga :



Nokia, Be a V.I.P in N.Y.C. Promotional Material:



Castrol Power Player Auction, featuring Funkmaster Flex: