Bryce Vine is a LA based singer /songwriter /rapper best known for his hit single Drew Barrymore. I currently am providing t-shirt designs for merch, enamel pin designs, social media content, and brand assets.
Spacemilk is a media production company based in Brooklyn, NY with a specialty in music videos. The founder, Jesse Katches, exudes creativity and talent. It was such a pleasure to work with him on branding his company. The name comes from his childhood and his siblings wanting blue milk from Star Wars. Jesse needed a symbol and a text logo for this brand. We stumbled upon an alternative mark in the process. You can find his company on social media making wicked awesome videos.
BASL, stands for Bridget Sweetin-Lilla, a life coach focusing on women in business. Bridget approached me needing a logo for her company. She originally wanted simple bold text, but after a few rounds going back and forth we landed on the theme of, team. I loved the idea of incorporating an old school tapered flag you’d find at sporting events. She plans on using the logo for her website and general branding purposes.
Comatoast is a food blog by couple Nam-Chi Van and Tina Tran. They wanted to create together and thought what better thing to do than combine their love for Vietnamese food and heritage and share their recipes and knowledge. They wanted an illustration of key elements to Vietnamese cuisine. We landed on a fish sauce bottle and reserved the other concepts for branding assets. We also included some patterns to represent the three key elements to their website: food, recipes, and writings.
Thymely Manor is a company making artisan goods focused on healing from plants. They make salves, lotions, and many alternative forms of pain relief. We explored lots of options for marks but landed on a type based logo that the client really loved. We chose a color palette of 4 to represent the different seasons and a remind to live seasonally with plants. Thymely Manor is using the logo for packaging, and branding.
Pine & Pencil
Pine and Pencil is an ad agency based in Seattle, WA. Primarily working in the real estate industry P&P is a one stop shop for design and marketing needs. Having full creativity can be scary and exciting when designing the logo. Fortunately, the name came with ideas quickly. It was important to them to incorporate nature into the design. It’s the reason they live in Seattle, and their primary way of decompressing. They are using the logo on their website and for marketing goods.
Georgetown Milling Company is recycling trees from the El Dorado National Forest to give them a second life. A very hard-working and dedicated team making flooring ceiling and wall paneling, slabs, tables, and custom milling. They approached me with a sketch of exactly what they wanted. Some clients know what they want and it makes the process fast and efficient for both parties. Sometimes it really nice to be told what to draw. They are using this logo for branding, marketing, on the side of their trucks, and as well as t-shirts.
“Lose the bullshit + liberate your body” Jes Baker is a personal blogger fighting fat shaming. She is turning an insult she was told at the beach into a book and a movement. She was in need of an enamel pin design to help promote the release of her book, Landwhale. She wanted a chubby unisex whale with a sassy face!
Miss Bliss is self made plant guru. From mushrooms, to cannabis, and plant based eating she has a plant for that. She has lived through healing with plants and wants others to find success in them as well. She came to me needing a logo for her brand. We went with a simple text with floral decor. She currently is using the logo for branding, and social media display photos.
Madonna, Cher, SAILENE! To quote her website, “There are few signs of success as impressive as the ability to be recognized merely by your first name.” Sailene’s mission on this planet is to give love through cannabis. She has built a legacy in Venice, CA becoming a staple in the community. Sailene came to me branded but was in need of a website and a submark to accompany her existing brand. She loves royal red and isn’t afraid of the camera. The overall theme of the website came quick. We set her up with a few pages to showcase her projects, and to highlight her enormous amount of press. Her last name is Ossman so I decided to throw a circle around her existing ‘S’ logo and call it a submark. We exhausted all other concepts and came to love the simplest one.
Jess the Ripper is a DJ based in Portland, OR focusing on house music. They needed a new logo to move on from the name Jessica to the name Jess. They wanted something fun, and vibrant without being too childlike. They ended up going with two marks for their brand to give them some variety for merch and logo placement.
W3 Events is a brand new startup focusing on women, weed, and wellness. Convincing Trish to name her company W3 was a no brainer. She didn’t want to pigeon-hole herself into one specific category and also wanted a memorable professional name. Ultimately, Trish wanted a logo that represented women and self care. We ended up 4 logos for Trish. She was so pleased with the outcome she found a use for every single mark. Making her brand interchangeable while retaining brand continuity.
Brunch City Co.
Brunch City Company is a up and coming t-shirt company focusing on the Portland brunch lifestyle. They come up with catchy slogans honoring the lengths people will go to enjoy strong coffee, avocado toast, and mimosas. They came to me seeking a logo as well as graphics for t-shirts to print and sell. We decided to stick with a very simple type based logo and any other concepts would be used as t-shirt ideas. I was hungry the entire time designing for this project!
Captor Blu believes the key to a successful business strategy is finding the symmetry of capability, differentiation, and performance. Captor Blu is a consulting company founded by Jeff Lagges, a senior executive, who has a focus on planning, product development, and execution. Jeff was a man with a vision when it came to branding his company. We evolved the name from Capturing Blue, to Captor Blu, refined the logo from minimal geometry to our archer aiming high. We decided early that we wanted to take advantage of a subname with the words, cap blu giving us a variety of marks for Jeff to brand his company.