When I was given the task to create a logo that possesses simplicity and creativity, I came up with this design. After talking with the client, we chose to utilize the 360 degree concept with the understanding that this salon would provide its consumers an outstanding experience from beginning to end. Even though this is a simplistic design, it brings together the imagery that the client wanted to portray for their salon.
This is a content map I created for the U.S. Green Building Council as a class project. Since the text is related to sustainable architecture, I wanted to layout the information like a building blue print. Go Green!
Well the truck I designed for Project Cupcake is finished, and the business is doing well. I’m so proud! It’s already been featured in articles, and possibly even TV! To find out more about this traveling build-your-own cupcake bakery located in the Silicon Valley, visit project—cupcake.com, or visit their page on Facebook.
I currently work for a book publisher that publishes fabric art/quilting/how-to books, so lately I’ve been thinking about fabric design and the endless possibilities the art form beholds. Here is a pattern I created using a vector illustration of a flower.
Hello everyone! I thought I’d give an update about my most recent project. My friend Toney is starting his own stereo/glass installation company, and I wanted to help him work on his logo/business card, etc. Here’s his company name in the fonts and colors we’ve chosen. It’s a starting point!