Here is a 34″ fishing store display that’s mounted at the end of a product shelf. The objective for this project was to promote the brand and it’s products. In a very competitive market, we needed to create a bold sign that would catch the audiences attention. The client also wanted to let new customers know that they’re a Colorado company. I mocked this up in a few different color variations so the client had some options to choose from.
Just finished mocking up a medical marijuana logo design for Oklahoma City company, City Budz. Apparently this industry was just legalized in Oklahoma so these entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the new market. Get it! The owners wanted to go after a graffiti style design. Graffiti has a tendency to get a bit sloppy, so it was important to make sure the name was legible. I mocked this up on a few applications and sent it off to the client. I dig it, hopefully they do too.
Here is a brand mockup for an Amazon shipping company out of Grand Junction, CO. Product Movement is a veteran owned company so they wanted to incorporate some military ideas into the design.
I utilized a simple box design along with arrows to show movement, they also double as ranking patches from the military. We wanted to incorporate some military ideas without it screaming America. Plus the flag is so iconic, they would have a hard time differentiating themselves from similar branding practices. I used a more modern font that’s bold, and slanted the text to help show movement or motion within the design.
Overall the design is very simple and bold which makes it versatile for various applications. This logo can be used on either a white, black or orange background. This allows us to play around with the color palette while still maintaining brand recognition.
Here is a beer label design for Black Smoke Brewery. We’re keeping this design pretty simple. Our goal was to make the can bold and easily recognizable. The overall layout is the same, just changing out the pattern and colors for the different styles of beer.
Just finished working on an alligator logo design for roofing company Roof Leak Investigators. When the owner of this small business approached me, he already had a pretty solid concept in mind, and a pretty good one I might add. It’s nice when there’s a clear vision, always makes my job easier. He had the idea of combing gator from investigator, and going after a Sherlock Homes meets Snoopy. Here’s what I came up with.
Home theater and speaker logo design for Peerless Prewire out of Colorado Springs. A couple friends of mine have decided to venture out on there own doing pre-wire installs for home theaters and speakers. So they came to me asking for a logo that would promote the quality and craftsmanship of their work. Here’s what I came up with.
Here is a cigar brand logo design for Colorado Springs company “Lucky Thirteen Cigar co”. These guys wanted to go after a 1930s style logo. One that attracted both the sophisticated crowd and a new generation of smokers. I can picture this logo in their storefront put on with gold leaf by a sign painter. Classy as fuck!
An old friend of mine came to me with a new project he’d been working for the last six months. He is starting a non-profit here in Colorado Springs that educates first responders on how to properly deal with patients that have a medical issue such as PTSD or AMS (Altered Mental Status). So he asked me to put together a first responder medical logo design for his new company. The intention is to bring this company international, so I went with a very corporate type design. Simple and bold font type with an elegant logo. Here’s what I came up with.
Just finished mocking up a burrito logo design for Colorado Springs company Mr. Burrito y Mas. This gentleman came to us after the first graphic designer he hired failed to meet his expectations. Being that this market seems to have a younger demographic, we wanted to give this logo a cool vibe, so we threw in some shades and a loud color palette. We kept is simple and bold just like all our work. We like the idea of mixing around the color palette. It still maintains brand recognition while allowing for versatile applications on different backgrounds. Dig it!