The KC Landmarks Project is a collaborition between photographer Jeff McNeal and designer Kelsey Noe. Based on original photography of iconic Kansas City landmarks the two, distinct series draw inspiration from different eras of design to create new spins on travel posters that are vibrant, colorful and modern.
Drawing from the simplistic form and bright coloring of classic pop art, the Color Series looks to make a statement on your wall. These prints can be admired from afar for their bold, modern color combinations and up close for their detail.
Inspired by European travel posters of the early 20th century, the Vintage Series looks to elicit feelings of nostalgia and warmth through their use of texture and design in a modern and colorful presentation.
Here is our team
Jeff began his flirtation with design in high school in the photography, art and theatre departments. Despite choosing a career in software engineering, he continues to foster his artistic side through portrait and landscape photography, design and an occassional piece of furniture. Jeff currently lives in Parkville.
As a lifelong resident of the midwest, Kelsey has always been drawn to the unique character of Kansas City which combines a modern/urban appeal with vintage charm. A graduate of MWSU with a degree in graphic design, she currently resides in North Kansas City and works as a designer in the River Market.