Character & brand development for a take out restaurant
For Tweeter’s Chicken Crib, a Dublin, Ohio based take out restaurant specializing in chicken wings, the design direction was preordained – a friendly chicken character that could be integrated into various applications.
Two color iconic brand identity for a software company
Before “flat design” became a design trend it was gel effects, spurred on by Apple, with a lot of technology companies following suit. An example of abstract gel design in logos, using the company initials as a base.
Pet supply & grooming shop logo & stationery design. Brand development for an upscale boutique also included stationery, letterhead & business card design. Features graphic & linear depictions of a dog and cat. And oh yeah, a parrot.
Full color mascot illustration & brand identity for music gear specialist
Illustrative logo design project for car audio company specializing in high-end music gear sales & installation. The project involved development of a bulldog mascot character and the dog required an accurate tattoo – as featured on his owner.
Brand identity utilizing a fictional character leads to a fun logo
Logo design for The Cheese Steak Connection, a restaurant in Colorado. The featured character graphic was built from an elaborate back story dreamed up by the founders. Adding a human figure into a logo can be problematic, but we think we pulled this one off nicely. Filed under linear.
One color iconic brand identity for independent record label
Branding for creative services tends to have wider latitude in design creativity and this example is no different. Logo for a recording label encapsulates everything you’d expect – a nod to vinyl records, headphones & sound waves. A hint of a human face helps humanize the symbol. Project illustrates how effective one-color logos can be (the grey is constructed from tones.)