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The Original Fish Company in Los Alamitos is an upscale seafood restaurant staple in the community, but the adjoining "sister bar" next door wanted to take a less serious approach.
When you do logo work for a company with brand guidelines that rival the length of the New Testament, you play by the rules—and try to have some fun where you can along the way.
and the fallen.
Meat jokes galore.
Hand-illustrated label for a winery in Côtes Catalanes, France.
The ultimate goal: to keep the teaching profession up with the times. Link to full case study below.
Branding done as the first step for a component-based website redesign.
Hand lettering & marks for an older portfolio project.
When you're 19 21 and going to school in Austin, you hang out on Sixth Street. And if you're nice enough, someone might just ask you to make a bar logo.
And a new bar in the works.
Because the identity for a quality handmade furniture brand should be representative of the end product: classic, memorable, inviting, and easy to understand.
+ some alternate pitched concepts that might be worth sharing.
Sometimes I find it best to not ask questions, like, "Wait, why?"
Pencil-to-vector illustration for a budding sailor and good friend. Coming soon to an ocean near you.
Mark for a new sports training center run by some past Longhorn ballplayers. Hook 'em.
Every good farmer needs a good feed store patch to call his own. Find me more farmers that need design help. Salt of the earth.
Pitch spec for partnerships done on behalf of the National Park Foundation that sadly never made it past the trailhead.