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!
Just finished putting together an academic consulting logo concept for Cardinal Academic Consulting out of Fox Point, WI. The client and I loosely discussed some ideas, but she wasn’t stuck on any particular design style so I just winged this one. I always mock the logo up on a few applications. This helps give the client a better visual of how the logo will actually look as opposed to staring at a flat PDF with a white background.
Here is a business card design I put together for Asphalt Advanced Services in Colorado Springs. These will be printed on a 16pt silk card with a matte finish. They’l have 6mm rounded corners and a Raised Spot UV on the front logo.
Here is a revised asphalt logo concept for “Asphalt Advanced Services”. After reviewing our initial design, the client had some new ideas, so we put them to work. The standard color palette for this industry is yellow and black, but we wanted to play around with some other ideas just to see if they would work. Personally I still like the yellow and black or the yellow and navy, it just seems to fit better. Here’s what we came up with.
Here is an asphalt logo and branding design for Colorado Springs company “Asphalt Advanced Services”. I’m pretty sure their original logo was designed on Wix or a similar platform. Long story short, it was due for an upgrade. Here’s what we came up with.
Here is a dog logo design for a new company out of Woodland Park, CO. This client is opening up Blues Natural Pet Market. They’ll be selling organic, natural pet food and supplies. Here’s the first concept.
We’re inching closer to a final veteran logo design for Colorado Springs non-profit, The Home Front Cares. Here’s a branding mockup to demonstrate how this logo will be applied to various applications. The design can be used with and without the badge. The Home Front Cares helps out veterans from all military branches. The image on the back of the business cards will be swapped out with various photos to promote each military branch. Since the client wanted to go with a WWII feel, we’ll be using vintage photos of old war planes, war ships, and infantry soldiers.