I’ve been participating in the LogoLounge series by Bill Gardner and Catherine Fishel since submitting work to LogoLounge 2 way back in 2003. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long. And even though it’s been ten years for me (and now the tenth volume that my work appears), it’s still exciting when you get…
How do you redesign the identity of a family-owned and established roofing company, without losing any charm or brand equity they’ve already built in their 20+ years of doing business? And, in a move to help elevate themselves from the competition during these hard times, how do you do it in a smart and constructive way? Well, you can certainly start with a logo design and go from there.
Here’s a newly designed logo and identity I created for the start-up company, Nousuon, LLC. The mark is based upon an abstract representation of the geometrics of such phenomenons as crop circles and other unexplained Earthly happenings.
Here’s a new project I just completed for Select Beer Bottle Shop and Tap Room. It’s a new beer tasting establishment and store located in the Redondo Beach area of Los Angeles. I was brought in primarily to help out with the logo design and fellow designer, Margaret Magee was handling the launch materials.
Here’s a new illustration project I just completed. This one was illustrating the cloud computing network services offered by Entisys in their latest print collateral. Working with the design department at Ingram Micro in nearby Santa Ana, I was commissioned to breathe some illustrative life into the art director’s design concept.