Corey Childers takes the minimalist thinking of the mid-century Saul Bass posters and Batman comic books he admires into his projects. He places importance in typography and layout before moving on to other elements that would cause clutter.
I like the structure offered by graphic design, typography and minimalism, as well as the freedom to break that structure.
To Corey, working within guidelines requires more forethought and creativity, leading to better work. That’s why he thrives in an advertising environment, where he can apply his eye for design to the guidelines set forth by his clients.