Paul Rogers Studio

Paul Rogers Studio

2017

SALESFORCE

NOVEMBER 11, 2017

I’ve been working with two friends, Matt Haligman and Kirk Citron on a project for Salesforce for most of the year. I met Matt forty years ago on our first day at Art Center in Communication Design 1, Milton Zolotow’s class, Room 207 and we’ve been friends ever since.

Salesforce is the leading CRM software company and last week they hosted Dreamforce, their annual conference in San Francisco. We’ve been creating a campaign that uses WPA National Parks from the 1930s as inspiration for posters and ads that bring Salesforce customers, and National Parks together. For Dreamforce these posters were blown up to huge proportions and I also designed a mural for the Registration Lobby.









Registration Wall Mural











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Odds and Ends from 2016

JANUARY 9, 2017
Portrait of Spielberg for The New Yorker

Alternate version

I drew some cars for GQ

and for Monocle

A cut-away of LA's Union Station for Metro.

Sketches for a New Yorker piece about MoMA's film preservation festival. The ladders and scaffolding in the top one spell out MoMA.

For some reason this one never ran.

For a review of the latest Jason Bourne film in The New Yorker.



Three pieces for an article on the life of an umpire for Success Magazine.


Two pieces for an article in Success Magazine about a summer in Ocean City, Maryland.

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