Hardcover: 296 pages
Publisher: Rockport Publishers (February 1, 2012)
Some of the world’s best-known logos are famous for their typography, including Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, and Campbell’s. Typographic logos are the most direct way to deliver the brand message. The fourth in the seven-volume LogoLounge Master Library series, this is a highly organized collection of 3,000 typographic logo designs culled carefully from LogoLounge.com, the largest online searchable collection of logos in the world. The result is the deepest, densest, and most highly-focused collection of logos organized by category ever created. In addition, top-tier logo designers share their insights on the values, traditions, and future of designing with typography. The collection includes Initials & Crests; Animals & Mythology; Shapes & Symbols; Type & Calligraphy; People; Nature & Food; and Arts & Culture.
Forever increasing my brand. These are numerous logos I’ve used on some special J6Studios projects and custom toys.
Hardcover: 296 pages
Publisher: Rockport Publishers (July 1, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 7.2 x 0.9 inches
A collection of 3,000 original logos, collected and selected by the renowned LogoLounge.com website, this collection provides an endless resource of ideas and inspiration for graphic designers. Organized thematically with the broader focus of Shapes and Symbols, the collection features logos that cover all categories of logo design, including typographic, illustrative, pattern-driven, and photographic.
T-Shirt design for a kids baseball tournament.
Proposed logo for Bike Houston. I based the design off of the NASA Ares Patch that I believe Mike Okuda originally designed. Being in Houston, I wanted to bring a space theme to the design. Instead of a stars and a rocket path, I used a sprocket and a bike path.
Blue Line Bike Labs wanted to refresh their identity so i designed a new logo that could also be used as a bike badge.
I made a logo for my friends lamp company and he needed a sign to go along with his display. He also wanted it weathered looking (bottom image).
Cover Design for the book “The Eagles of Peenemunde”.
The Black cover was to be very graphic in nature. Limited colors and imagery used only for texture.
For the white cover I saw a very nice painting by Philip Alexander that I really liked and did a quick layout using the existing graphics and his painting. I also used the actual fabric texture of the German Iron Cross Medal.
The bottom picture shows me relaxing at home reading the book.