Nowel Warren Pawliw

Sun Valley, USA


Product Graphics Portfolio

Eric Jackson Signature Pack & Mitt

Under the direction of Justin Mooney and Alistair Nicol at Dakine, this pack was created for pro snowboarder Eric Jackson. All of the prints, woven labels and embellishments were created specific to the product, in collaboration with Eric Jackson and the Dakine design team.

Smith - Dark Sky

This design was used on a variety of Smith Frames in both the wintersport and motorsport divisions, including the newly released IOX goggle. This artwork was produced in two color variations with a hydropgraphic for the non IO goggles.

Linsey Corbin Pro Model Plasma 3

This bike graphic was designed as a one-off custom built frame for Linsey Corbin to ride throughout her 2010/2011 Triathlon season, including the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

Global Art Edition

Inspired by the traditional chain letter, this project involved the global art community through collaboration. Seven artists were selected to represent the seven different continents of the globe. The artwork began in North America before traveling around the world. Each artist added onto the work of the previous artist to achieve one finished work of art. That artwork was then used to create a unified family of products.

Big Shot Bike Graphics

Created using hand painted ink textures and washes. This graphic was made into a repeating pattern to be used on wheels or frames.

2011/12 Tom Wallisch Signature Goggle

Art direction of a custom goggle, bandana, goggle bag, and package for skier Tom Wallisch. Wallisch was voted Skier of the Year by Freeskier magazine in 2011. The goggle and bandana were worn by Wallisch and sold commercially.

2011/12 Tom Wallisch Signature Ski

Art Direction of the ski graphics which were intended to be coordinated with the Tom Wallisch Signature Goggle.

Voodoo Collection

This artwork was developed by creating individually developed tiles. A combination of hand-drawn art and vector-based patterns; this artwork was used throughout the motorsport, wintersport and snowmobile divisions.

Artist Series - Chelsey Freyta

The artist was contracted to make a unique illustration for the project. The artwork was then colored and composed around two goggles and a mitt design. Freeskier Magazine awarded the men's goggle the Editor's Pick and featured Scott Sports in their Creative Callout for the project.

Artist Series - Mike Stilkey

Both a male and a female goggle were designed by compiling existing paintings licensed from the artist into a new composition. The package and goggle bag were also created specific to the goggles.

Metric Collection

This collection began as a wintersport goggle, pole and glove. The glove and goggle proved to be top sellers in the line, which lead to the carry-over of the art into a motorsport goggle and motorsport apparel.

Pro Model Pole - Simon Dumont

Two pole designs were created. One design for Simon Dumont himself, and the other for Empire; Simon's glove and accessory company. The immediate success of these poles resulted in the mandate for the upcoming team issue pole design.

Trey Canard Signature Goggle

This piece was inspired by the Scissor-tailed Fly Catcher (the state bird of Oklahoma, where Trey is from), Native American war paint and the state crest. It was worn by Trey and sold commercially.

Polaris Race Sled Graphic

Created for the Carlson Motorsports Polaris Race Team. These graphics were created for the 2011/12 season.

Genius Moto Boot - Facelift

Tasked with solving the aesthetic disadvantage of the boot, decal kits were designed and produced to help the boot integrate better into the market. Six colorways were produced to correlate with with pro supercross race apparel.

Dalbello x Orage Double Label Design

Two style variations for both men and women. These designs were created to correlate with the upcoming Winter Collection.

Swatch x Orage Double Label Design

Drawing inspiration from the Orage York jacket, the watch design was created to correlate with the upcoming Winter Collection.