Took another stab at a consulting logo design for a Colorado Springs gent. This client is retired but got hired on as a consultant for a major tool retailer. Being that he’s retired he wanted to go after a real laid back style with a bit of Grateful Dead influence. Dig it! So here’s what I came up with.
A gentleman currently deployed overseas, asked me to design a helicopter logo for his recently acquired Apache unit. His current logo looked as you would imagine a Las Vegas style logo to look, extra cheeeeesy! So here’s what I came up with. Hope he digs it. I’ve designed a few military logos in the past, this is definitely one of my favorites. Thanks to Greg for giving me the opportunity to tackle this project.
Here is a consulting logo design I did for a client out of Colorado Springs.
My fiance and I decided to get some tintype photos taken for our “Save the Date” mail-outs. This past summer we were poking around Salida, CO, checking out the local scene. We ran across Tim Brown’s Photography studio and thought what a great idea for some wedding invites. Tim was so awesome, very informative on the entire process of taking the tintype photos as well as some history on how chemists by chance stumbled across the effect of light on silver back in the early 1800s. We even got to go into the dark room to see the development process. Heck we even got play around with cyanide!!! This is the fixer for those of you who don’t know. Long story short, the experience was great and the photos turned out awesome. If you’re looking for some vintage tintype photos and in the area be sure to stop by Tim Brown’s Photography studio in Salida, CO. My fiance looks real grouchy in the third photo!
Just playing around with some weird stuff today. It’s a great day for a bike ride.
Cerberus Brewing wanted to incorporate the new Cerberus design we did for them into their delicious Elysium IPA. Here’s what I came up with. If you live in Colorado Springs, make sure you stop by Cerberus Brewing and have a pint of this beer, so stink’n good!
Here is my second attempt at this logo design. The client wasn’t a huge fan of the wire haired dog I used in the first design, which was based off a wire haired pointer. So we used the clients dog for this one. Probably should have thought of that in the first place.
This small start up out of Colorado Springs is going into the dog hiking business. I can’t think of a better time than blasting through the big Rocky Mountains with a trail of pups behind you. Sounds like a good time to me! The client wanted to go after a badge style design so here’s what we came up with. Simple and bold as always. We don’t always put together this many color palettes, but they all just looked so darn good. I’m sure the client is going to have a hard time deciding which to go with. Oh well, hope they dig the design.
Here is a handyman logo design for a new Colorado Springs company. These guys wanted to go after a retro logo design with a bit of hotrod influence. Sort of has that gas monkey feel to it. Here’s what I came up with.