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The owner of this brewery says that his beer is for anyone who doesn’t stop working just because it’s 5. He wanted a logo to reflect this sentiment. Therefore, the font I used on the clock face is one that I designed as a personal project – which I felt was perfect for this application – and the hands show that 5 o’clock has come and gone.
As a company specializing in business cards, this client wanted his logo to be eye-catching, original and fish-related. The outcome was a corporate blue, paper, origami fish. I’m very happy with the way this one turned out and the client was quite pleased, as well.
America’s Car Museum:
In honor of their 5th year in operation, America’s Car Museum wanted a logo they could add to all of their advertisements and collateral to celebrate the achievement. They tasked me with creating an icon that was auto-related, celebratory and fit in well with their main Museum logo. My solution was this logo that is made to resemble a car badge and uses the same color palette as the Museum wings.
The sea turtle’s innate ability to always find its way home was the inspiration for this client’s company; a ancestry database for people to find their family’s history. By using a leaf as the turtle’s shell, the logo merges the concepts of navigating home and discovering your family tree.