A sampling of some logos I’ve created from the ground up, refreshed, and led a team on.
A quaint little bakery in Southlake, TX. I wanted to recreate this logo in 3D on the side of their building, but they have strict 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.
This is a revised family of logos for a supplement and it’s maker BioEnergy. The top three are the previous mismatched versions. Rolando Murillo & Chris Weiland also helped get these logos to their final cohesive state.
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 Baylor’s logo. I’m still shocked they allowed me to update their logo, and by “THEY,” I mean the multitude of committees. Rolando Murillo assisted on the finish out of the curve’s perfection.