A large sampling of logos I’ve created from the ground up, refreshed, or led a team on.
A quaint little bakery in Southlake, TX. I really wanted to recreate this logo in 3D on the brick above the awning, but they had strict strip center codes. I also discovered my X-acto and sculpting skills were useful when working with icing.
Winning name/logo for Clampitt Paper Company’s first ever wine label competition.
Revised this family of logos for a supplement and it’s maker BioEnergy. The top three are the previous logos that feel mismatched. The lower three are how we provided cohesion to their brands. Rolando Murillo & Chris Weiland also helped get these logos to their final state.
A minor update, but crucial when the logo get’s reduced in size or is used by it self as an icon “M”. Go check out all their new merchandise which I had a hefty helpful had in producing. And in case you didn’t know, MorphMarket is the largest marketplace for slithery & creepy crawlys in the world!
Fun southern themed meal and concert. Elliott Park illustrated the drumstick.
Someone thankfully lost the original logo files for this construction cost estimator, so I was asked to help them recreate it. I immediately began to point out some problem areas and to suggest better logo solutions that would increase legibility and usage. I later helped them transition some of the elements to a new division.
I redesigned one of DFW’s largest hospital system Baylor’s logo. I’m still shocked they allowed me to update their logo, and by “THEY,” I mean the multitude of committees. So I guess it shouldn’t surprise me that they’ve changed it again?! Rolando Murillo assisted on the finish out of the curve’s perfection.