This logo was designed for an old custom tailor shop in Scottsdale. I was trying to create a custom monogram style icon that could be stitched into tags on the inside of suits and shirts that are produced in the shop. Unfortunately, the client bowed out of the redesign process all-together because he was too attached to the logo he'd been using for 20 years which was a mistake in my opinion, but I still love this design and hope he'll come to his senses someday.
This logo was designed to show strength, protection and intelligence. An iteration of the red android eye was used to strengthen the connection to the droid operating system.
I designed this logo to represent an interior/exterior home designer/decorator. The client expressed an interest in having a clean look that tells the story of what she does and she requested that it have a 3D feel because she primarily uses 3D cad tools.
These logos were designed for Nicoll Construction AND Nicoll Cattle divisions as a matching suite. The idea was to have a logo that could be re-branded between the companies that he owns while keeping the recognition factor of the logo itself the same across all companies. The 80 year old family brand was incorporated into the cattle logo.
This logo was created showing a 'non descriptive' character eating a check engine light. The owner requested this design specifically. I used a strong, solid, bold font to represent the strength and integrity of the brand and connect with the automotive market.
Anywhere Payday is a fun game like app where users are compelled to click on icons and graphics that lead them to small tasks that pay them in micro transactions.
This client wanted the logo to represent two things; a home and a pie chart graph. The logo is meant to be viewed as an appicon on a phone, so brighter colors and a white outline were used to make it pop.
These logos were designed for the Degan divisions as a matching suite. The idea was to have a logo that could be re-branded between the companies that he owns while keeping the recognition factor of the logo itself the same across all companies. The color change will immediately show which division you are looking at without breaking down the brand.
This logo was designed for a landscaping company. It was actually a redesign of the initial logo that they had on their old website. I modified the colors and redesigned the shrub graphic, then reset the type and vectorized it. Sometimes a logo is close, but not quite there.
Here is a simple logo that I designed for Arizona Painter Pros house painting company. They asked for a logo that had a classic appeal, looked clean and showed color swatches or a painters palette without using the imagery of a paint roller, paintbrush or paint bucket - they felt those images were overused in the industry.
This logo was designed to instill the idea of quality craftsmanship and luxury. It was also designed in a way that it could be reproduced in metal as a stamp or seal for the company to use as a signature.
This logo was designed as part of a total corporate identity overhaul for Arizona's largest exterior surface restoration company. The new logo needed to be consumable by the masses, friendly and neat while showing some sort of paver or substrate stamp as an icon. It was very important to the client that the logo be completely reproducible in one color as logos should be.
I designed this logo with the www.meirndorf.com website and corporate identity package. This particular agency focuses on digital media consulting for very large corporations in the US and around the world. The logo needed to convey strength and knowledge while showing that the company still has an understanding of problem solving for big business in a creative way in a constantly evolving market.
This Logo was designed for a high end consultant agency that handles projects and finances for ultra elite clientele. The goal of the design was to convey strength, wealth and incorporate the letters 'wma' into the logo. The client asked that the final design look like something that you might see stamped on a high end vehicle in chrome.
A graphic I designed for an Android platform app design contest. Created in Adobe Illustrator CS5.