Logo Gallery

Elizabethtown-Lewis Chamber

Posted by on Sep 6, 2014 in Custom Illustration, Logo Gallery, Logos, Portfolio, Web Site Gallery | Comments Off on Elizabethtown-Lewis Chamber

Elizabethtown-Lewis Chamber

Type of work: design and development of a fully responsive Chamber of Commerce web site, including the migration and updating of all content from an existing static html site, and custom graphic work. Website url: www.elizabethtownchamber.com Platform:...

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Drone Analyst

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Custom Illustration, Logo Gallery, Logos, Portfolio, Web Site Gallery | Comments Off on Drone Analyst

Drone Analyst

Type of work: design and development of a full web site, including the use of the Revolution slider on almost all pages. Website url: www.droneanalyst.com Platform: WordPress

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Urban Garden Connections

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Brochures, Custom Illustration, Logo Gallery, Logos, Portfolio, Web Site Gallery | Comments Off on Urban Garden Connections

Urban Garden Connections

Type of work: design and development of two full web sites, including the use of Google map mashups, for the umbrella organization for the Bronx and Manhattan Land Trusts (community gardens). Work also included the design of a multi-use logo for these sites, as well as a three panel brochure which was used in securing a six-figure grant for one of the community gardens in Manhattan. Website urls: www.manhattanlandtrust.org; www.bronxlandtrust.org Platform:...

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Did you say logos?

Posted by on May 28, 2011 in Blog, Custom Illustration, For Slider, Logo Gallery, Logos | Comments Off on Did you say logos?

Did you say logos?

Though I enjoy doing just about anything I do, I really enjoy doing logo work. Not because it earns me a great deal of money mind you, but more because doing such work often affords me the opportunity to shift my skills into maximum-overdrive, creatively speaking. Once I’ve got the basic research done, gears churn, buttons get pressed, and stick figures get drawn out with the sweep of my mouse. As fit & figure comes more and more together, ideas take shape, eventually realizing themselves in the happy faces of those I do such work for (and me, of course). Take the logo for this...

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