Sharing a T-shirt Design I did last week for Discover Outdoors Foundation in NYC for an upcoming event. They wanted something a little vintage this year and I had fun with this sweet typeface I found, modifying it some and working with some simple mountains/trees. Every year they have a hiking fundraiser to raise funds… Read more »
Posts Tagged: branding
It’s great to see the wrap of a larger project. This project was one of our more complicated projects that was a year in the making. The client wanted a new, fresh site and needed a responsive site, one that fit all the devices for their high tech audience. I was able to start on… Read more »
I designed a logo for Darren’s new company. He wanted a crest of some sort with his ‘C’ for Cyrus and had an idea with a shield. I sketched a variety of ideas but decided to mock up this idea, combining the a ‘C’ on a shield. Through the drafts we decided to… Read more »
Discover Outdoors wanted a piece to hand out that showcases what they are all about in a quick postcard design. I took one of their own photos for the front and adjusted the colors slightly to make it pop out a little to capture the interest of the viewer. On the back, the client had… Read more »
A fun retro logo design that I think came out really well. Unfortunately, Atomidata had to close down, so if anyone is interested in repurposing this logo to their own needs, let me know!
I got to refresh the design for the trifold brochure for the local Twin Ridge Upland Bird Farm. They had some newer photos to work with and the design highlights the photography and shares the pricing and basic information.
A 56 page program for an annual conference in DC for AAFA. This year’s theme was global and I wanted to have the brand colors stand out and clean type since there was a lot of copy throughout. I decided to make the presenter photos black and white this year to help with that and… Read more »
A logo design for a photographer. She wanted her name to stand out and feel personal and unique. As a photographer, we wanted to be sure it was heavy enough that it could stand as a watermark on top of images. View Lindsay’s site.
We had the great opportunity to redesign the shepherdstown.us website. This is the main government website that contains all the information on the town government and committees. My goal was to make it somewhat fun and hip (to reflect our Shepherdstown vibe) but yet very professional and easy to navigate, as most people coming to… Read more »
I designed double-sided business cards for JT Burton Group, a real estate company in Bethesda. I also designed a letterhead and email signature with a similar design.