The pre-existing logo was looking a little worn, so a refresh was in order. Here are the two versions, the client chose the second. Web site also designed.
This logo was designed for a new company with no pre-existing logo. With a name that was not necessarily suggestive, I decided to make a logo from the letters that made up the name. Web site also designed.
Created for a Minneapolis financial services firm,the three lines were inspired by both the name and the new decorations atop the recently rebuilt I-35W bridge. Requirements were for a business-oriented, professional design while creating a brand-new business identy.
A logo for a musician who wished to begin branching out from simple music production and go online.
A logo designed for the Home of Gryphon Dreaming, a Minneapolis-based web and graphic design firm.
A logo designed for a Minneapolis-based technical support consulting firm. The challenge was to take a plain-text logo and add vibrancy to catch peoples eyes.
A logo for a Minneapolis community theater group. The challenge was to provide something eye-catching, reflecting the free-spirited nature of the company. Additional work for this client includes a poster.
A Minneapolis-based legal firm was looking for a more current logo to launch a web-based presence, and this was the result. Clip-art globe used as background.
A logo designed for a quasi-fictitious role-playing gaming organization. Background from clip-art sources.
A logo refresh for a Minneapolis-based internet service provider. Additional work for this client includes a web site.
A logo designed for Minneapolis-based essential oil company. Image inspired by Aubrey Beardselys 1891 painting "Salome". The sweeping form of the font gave the free-flowing feel the client was requesting, while the soft mono-color emphasized the naturalness of the product.