Here is a logo/business card concept for a local Salon in Colorado Springs. The owner wanted to play around with the letter “B” in the name. Graphic design by Chris Scott at Hi-five Design in Colorado Springs.
Here’s some cool new t-shirt designs for local Colorado company Bleed Hockey. I love the simplicity of these t-shirt design, yet so bold and direct.
Here are some cool 50’s style patches designed for Bleed Hockey. Just some cool schwag for players, coaches and fans.
I recently designed some 2″ buttons for Bleed Hockey. These are just some free-beezie for their youth hockey fans. Cool little give aways.
Just finished building a website for Lucky Devil Tattoo in Colorado Springs. If you’re looking around for you next tattoo I highly recommend checking these guys out. The owner is from my home town and has been in the industry for 25 years. Awesome work.
Their old website was definitely in need of some revamping. So I built a site that proudly represented their artwork. The site is incredibly simple and easy to navigate. Theirs no fancy tricks or flash, just a clean website designed to serve a purpose. It is a fully responsive site, so it’s simplifies on small devices like smart phones and ipads.
Web design by Chris Scott at Hi-five Design in Colorado Springs.
Here’s a logo concept for a local Ebay store, “Collectors Dream”. As always, this illustration started off with pencil sketch and grew from there. Originally this gentleman wanted to incorporate several different collectibles into the design which seemed to be a bit overwhelming from a 3rd designers perspective. So I simplified the ideas and this is what I came up with. Being that he’s selling vintage merchandise that you would see in an antique store, I decided to go with a 1950s vintage style design. It’s very clean and simple and it even comes in a four different color options. Is there any other way to design a logo? Graphic design by Chris Scott at Hi-five Design in Colorado Springs.
After coming up with a kick-ass logo concept for Stelter Tree Company, I started working on classy business card design that clearly presented their business strategies. Color theory came out with a dark Grey color along with a soft Slate color. Clean and simple ladies and gents. Is there any other proper way to design? I think not. The services are easily presented with vector art and short descriptions on the back of the card to minimize any confusion that may be lurking around the mind of a potential customer. In the midst of design in Adobe Illustrator, I started thinking about a catchy slogan that proudly depicted the companies efforts in their American tree service. And so, “The Best Damn Tree Service in Colorado” came into being. Well played sir.
Well played sir. Graphic design by Chris Scott at Hi-five Design in Colorado Springs.