Here are a handful of logos I have designed. I've included captions to provide more detail for each of them. just click on one of them to enlarge the image and see the full caption.
Enjoy!
As part of their 5-year celebration, America's car Museum wanted a logo made that could be attached to all of the marketing materials in 2017 that would highlight the occasion. This icon was made to resemble a badge that would be found on the hood of a car while staying en brand with the organization's style and identity.
As part of their 5-year celebration, America's car Museum wanted a logo made that could be attached to all of the marketing materials in 2017 that would highlight the occasion. This icon was made to resemble a badge that would be found on the hood of a car while staying en brand with the organization's style and identity.
For this new counseling Practice, my client wanted a logo that had a nature feel to it while showing growth and sophistication. The vine circling the leaves and blooms represents the path travelled in order to grow while the inner overgrowth signifies the prosperity gained from the process.
For this new counseling Practice, my client wanted a logo that had a nature feel to it while showing growth and sophistication. The vine circling the leaves and blooms represents the path travelled in order to grow while the inner overgrowth signifies the prosperity gained from the process.
The CardFish app works as a networking tool where users create electronic business cards and exchange information with other users via their mobile devices. it is basically a modern version of the rolodex. for his logo, he wanted something that incorporated a fish and felt modern. My design of the origami fish is playing off the idea that the traditional card (paper) is transformed into something new (digital), just like how in origami a square of paper takes the form of something completely different.
The CardFish app works as a networking tool where users create electronic business cards and exchange information with other users via their mobile devices. it is basically a modern version of the rolodex. for his logo, he wanted something that incorporated a fish and felt modern. My design of the origami fish is playing off the idea that the traditional card (paper) is transformed into something new (digital), just like how in origami a square of paper takes the form of something completely different.
Klem wanted a simple design for his video/photography business but didn't really know what that looked like, but sometimes simple doesn't always mean easy. his logo took a lot of brainstorming, creative meetings and iterations before we finally landed on this design using the lens of his camera and the company initials.
Klem wanted a simple design for his video/photography business but didn't really know what that looked like, but sometimes simple doesn't always mean easy. his logo took a lot of brainstorming, creative meetings and iterations before we finally landed on this design using the lens of his camera and the company initials.
This logo holds a special place in my heart — Here's the story:  Overtime Brewery is a passion project for a good friend of mine. he says: "Overtime brewery is for anyone who works more than one job, has odd hours, or doesn't quit at 5 o'clock." For the logo, i wanted to use that idea as the focus, so i created this classic-looking clock face, with the hop-tipped hands showing that it's past 5 pm. the fun part for me, though, is the font. I created this font as my own personal passion project while completing my under-grad in graphic design and had never really had a chance to use it for anything...until this project came around. the font fit the idea perfectly, so our two passions came together to create the final product for something created outside of our regular work, falling perfectly in-line with the spirit of overtime brewery.
This logo holds a special place in my heart — Here's the story: Overtime Brewery is a passion project for a good friend of mine. he says: "Overtime brewery is for anyone who works more than one job, has odd hours, or doesn't quit at 5 o'clock." For the logo, i wanted to use that idea as the focus, so i created this classic-looking clock face, with the hop-tipped hands showing that it's past 5 pm. the fun part for me, though, is the font. I created this font as my own personal passion project while completing my under-grad in graphic design and had never really had a chance to use it for anything...until this project came around. the font fit the idea perfectly, so our two passions came together to create the final product for something created outside of our regular work, falling perfectly in-line with the spirit of overtime brewery.
at first, this client bought a cotton candy rig and wanted to start doing business at local markets and festivals, so she asked me to create a logo that she could put on the cotton candy stand and some business cards so she could start getting her name out there, so I created the Sweetly spun logo. A few months later, she was doing so well with the cotton candy stand that she decided to buy a food truck and start selling donuts, as well. She wanted the new logo, for the truck, to tie in to the Sweetly Spun logo but wanted it to be unique — eventually ending up with the donut sunrise and incorporating the cotton candy icon from the first logo.
at first, this client bought a cotton candy rig and wanted to start doing business at local markets and festivals, so she asked me to create a logo that she could put on the cotton candy stand and some business cards so she could start getting her name out there, so I created the Sweetly spun logo. A few months later, she was doing so well with the cotton candy stand that she decided to buy a food truck and start selling donuts, as well. She wanted the new logo, for the truck, to tie in to the Sweetly Spun logo but wanted it to be unique — eventually ending up with the donut sunrise and incorporating the cotton candy icon from the first logo.
at first, this client bought a cotton candy rig and wanted to start doing business at local markets and festivals, so she asked me to create a logo that she could put on the cotton candy stand and some business cards so she could start getting her name out there, so I created the Sweetly spun logo. A few months later, she was doing so well with the cotton candy stand that she decided to buy a food truck and start selling donuts, as well. She wanted the new logo, for the truck, to tie in to the Sweetly Spun logo but wanted it to be unique — eventually ending up with the donut sunrise and incorporating the cotton candy icon from the first logo.
at first, this client bought a cotton candy rig and wanted to start doing business at local markets and festivals, so she asked me to create a logo that she could put on the cotton candy stand and some business cards so she could start getting her name out there, so I created the Sweetly spun logo. A few months later, she was doing so well with the cotton candy stand that she decided to buy a food truck and start selling donuts, as well. She wanted the new logo, for the truck, to tie in to the Sweetly Spun logo but wanted it to be unique — eventually ending up with the donut sunrise and incorporating the cotton candy icon from the first logo.
This is a fun little logo i put together for Turtle trove, a family ancestry web site. the owner of the company loved the idea that sea turtles have this innate ability to always navigate back to the place they were born, regardless of how far away they've travelled and used that as the motivation for starting the company to find ones own origin — by tracing their family tree. The turtle is the main focus for the icon, but the shell is in the shape of a leaf to incorporate the idea of the family tree, as well.
This is a fun little logo i put together for Turtle trove, a family ancestry web site. the owner of the company loved the idea that sea turtles have this innate ability to always navigate back to the place they were born, regardless of how far away they've travelled and used that as the motivation for starting the company to find ones own origin — by tracing their family tree. The turtle is the main focus for the icon, but the shell is in the shape of a leaf to incorporate the idea of the family tree, as well.

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