Perch is a home decor shop in Midland, Texas. It is a division of JT Properties & Staging, and the storefront will focus on fresh designs for the home.
The logo package I created for them included multiple versions of the logo for different applications, as well as an icon for tags.
Blackland Farm & Cattle is a small family farm producing high-quality, pastured chicken and eggs, grass-fed beef, and raw honey. They asked for a logo that combined their clean, modern ideals with the classic logos of agricultural companies.
The logo package I created for them included multiple versions of the logo for different applications, as well as badges for packaging.
I suggested naming this bespoke carpentry and furniture startup for their favorite hand tools, and built a clean, modern logo to suit their style. The stark logo mark contrasts with the warm wood tones I used in their branding materials.
I designed this flyer for a home staging company to hand out to realtors, introducing their services, highlighting their professional photography and reinforcing their brand.
Hearts Abide is a support organization for families who have suffered the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS and any other infant death. They found their old name and logo confusing and no longer representative of their mission, and sought a full rebrand.
We worked together to find a name they agreed upon, and created a new logo to suit all that they do. I also designed promotional materials for the organization.
BaileyBridge Advisors caters to business owners during times of transitions, such as retirement and transferring ownership of their company to their successors. The name comes from a portable, pre-fabricated, truss military bridge, which lent itself to the logo design.
The logo package I created for them included multiple versions of the logo for different applications.
Another fun logo challenge: create a logo for a juice and smoothie bar that incorporated an insect and a piece of fruit without looking gross. After the logo was finished, a friend and I welded, hand-forged and painted a metal hanging sign for the shopfront in Edinburgh, Scotland.
I designed this logo for a new team of realtors in Midland. They wanted their logo to stand out from other real estate businesses, specifically asking for “no houses and no keys,” which led to a fresh design based on the name they had chosen.
I designed this flyer for my vintage furniture store to hand out to realtors, small businesses and customers, introducing our services and our brand.
I created a logo package for this events company that included t-shirts and promotional materials.
This tea recipe was developed by an ER doctor, and included a wealth of information about the scientific properties of each ingredient. This made illustrating it and organizing it vital for easy distribution. After all, someone in the throes of a viral illness needs to see the ingredients at a glance, and when they’re feeling better, the additional insights are available for the curious.
This logo was an interesting one to work on. Not only would the final product have a lot of text, it needed to represent the hope and joyful attitude of the woman for whom the Chemo Room had been named as well as the somber nature of the facility.
For this postcard, I used photos from our travels for a fun, vintage typographic design.
This large-scale poster is packed full of texture and detail for an all-age exhibition at a local library about recycling education.
With this logo, I tried to breathe new life into the recycling arrow motif. As the company name is lengthy, I made an abbreviated version for small format applications.
These ladies needed an illustrated portrait of themselves throwing confetti for their New Year holiday card.
Newspaper ad for Arts Council of Midland.
Magazine ad for Call Experts
I designed this flyer for a mother-daughter company that imports high quality Polish pottery, to be shipped with sold items to provide information about product care and the company. The blank area on the back is for handwritten notes and coupon codes.
When I rebranded Found Furnishings, I kept the color palette and a smaller amount of the typewriter font of the old logo, for the sake of customer continuity. I chose a distressed background for the business cards, and made a small double F logo mark to complement the full logo.
My #foundvintagetype project began as a way to revitalize dated vintage prints. Some of these hand painted signs on vintage prints and paintings were done for clients through Found Furnishings, while others were done for the purpose of selling in the shop.
I don't remember exactly how Mikey Hamm and I met, but one of my earliest memories is hiding in a bush with him around age three. His sudden death in 2012 devastated his wide network of friends and family.
When I first decided to draw Mike, I knew I couldn't draw merely one portrait; Mike was a man of many faces: candid, outrageous, silly, and sincere. I looked at hundreds of photos that flooded his social media and picked a few that inspired me. I decided to keep them relatively simple, with bright splashes of colors that remind me of Mike. I tried to make them drawings that Mike would have liked.