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.
Just got in the business cards we designed for Colorado Springs dentist Mountain Shadows Family Dentistry. We went with a raised spot UV on the front logo, 32pt silk card stock, colored edges and a matte finish. Sharpest looking dentist in town!
Just got in the business cards we designed for Colorado Springs fitness company U.VS.U. We went with a raised spot UV on the front logo, 16pt silk card stock and a matte finish.
Making some Hi-five to breakfast signs! 10″x5″ max metal with black vinyl and rounded corners. This is all scrap metal from a local sign shop. Just had to pay for the vinyl. About $1.65 per sign.
There is no goal for this project nor is there an end date. This is and always will be a continuing effort to learn and to grow.
To get involved in this project and start impacting your community, please contact us at (719) 210-8384 or email us at me(at)hi-fivedesign.com
Spring is in the air! Here’s to fresh blooms and getting your hands dirty. I’d say most would agree the dirty hands part is quite therapeutic (happy sigh). This month, my brother Chris and I are focusing on gardening. So Hi-five to gardening! We’re tilling dirt and planting seeds and anticipating the delicious home-grown vegetables to come! I’ve got some strawberry starters potted up. Rick’s Garden Center gave me a friendly reminder that it was a bit early to keep potted plants outside at night so I’ve been dutifully bringing them in each evening so they don’t freeze. Well, I hope to have some more fun facts and friendly insight in the weeks to come this month. Happy Gardening, go get your hands dirty!
Today is the first day of our project “Hi-five to the Simple Life”. My sister Ashleigh and were doing some brainstorming this afternoon with our trusty No. 2 pencil, our Field Notes, and a home made latte of course (made from New Mexico Pinon Coffee beans, courtesy of Costco, mmm). It’s got a bit of a nutty flavor to it, good stuff. At the moment we’re just doing all the ground work and putting together a simple plan of action. We’re thinking about social media platforms, and how to make the most out of them. We’re not big on social media. Personally I don’t have any social media as I didn’t really grow up with it so it just doesn’t really appeal to me. Plus I’d rather go out with my friends for a cup-o-joe or a cold beer if I want to find out how their day went. Real life interactions, what a crazy concept… However, we do understand the importance of social media in regards to opening up communication and promoting our project outside of our local community. Anyways, so yeah, we’re just doing all the leg work at the moment, writing down our ideas and putting this plan into action. It’s a beautiful thing to take those ideas in your head and put them on paper, that’s when they become real. Otherwise they’re just running loose in your head, waiting for the day they get the f**k out.
Each month we’re going to have a theme. And each month we’re going to be putting up art around town that promotes that theme as well as blogging about what that theme means to us in our personal lives. Like Hi-five to coffee. Sitting on the couch with my 90lb Rottweiler, enjoying a hot cup-o-joe, and just enjoying the quiet downtime. To me that’s a simple joy in life that brings me true happiness. So you get the point. Look for our artwork around town (Colorado Springs). We’re hoping to grow this simple idea beyond our own backyard so if you’d like to get involved and start impacting your local community we’d love to have you on board. Give us a ring or shoot us an email to get involved. (719) 210-8384 or me(at)hi-fivedesign.com