Shelby's Snack Shack Game

Shelby's Snack Shack Game is the sequel to The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game from Educational Insights. This project was illustrated by Lucia Gaggiotti and nests into "Sneaky" as a duo on shelf. The game is based on a real dog named Shelby from Seal Beach, California.

Product and packaging design, art direction, and naming. Illustrated by Lucia Gaggiotti.
I brought the game along with me to Hawaii for this ad I shot and wrote for Sweet Paul magazine. The bones were covered in sand when I was through! And that sand castle in the background—someone built it the night before and I was lucky enough to stumble upon it!
My team created coloring pages that supported our blog content efforts. Our goal was to populate Pinterest boards with content that would drive engagement and interest in our preschool games.

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