I’m currently collaborating with Rachel over at Hounds in the Kitchen. We’re creating her soon-to-be-amazing logo and for payment? Local goodness for the next five months.
– The aerial shot above was taken by David Zimmerman. I found it over at Black Eiffel. Love these. – Max and Margaux’s wedding video is amazing! The video was created by Shark Pig. – Need a placeholder while you’re building a website? I found this via SwissMiss. – This art direction for Art Review
Awhile ago, the talented Ashley of Ashley Nacke Photography came to me for new branding and a fresh blog for her thriving business. The branding is completed so check back soon for the newly designed blog!
I usually pump out links to share on Mondays but I’ve been behind in almost everything lately. My room is covered in dirty (and clean) clothes, I’m battling a head cold and I’m juggling three jobs! Anyways, if you’re bored at work or waiting for the weekend to roll around…enjoy these links! – Who wouldn’t
Everyone is a graphic designer these days and sometimes our culture forgets that it takes a lot of work. Not every designer just live traces everything and slaps on some generic font. I’ve started and completed so many projects this past year and the process is difficult. I thought I’d share a few of my
I’m not a banker but I have to say…I was overly excited when I logged into my online Huntington account and saw their new site design (pictured above)! As a designer, it wasn’t fun signing into their old site everyday. I thought I would include a screenshot of what their site USED to look like
I thought I’d post some recent work that is nearing the final stage. I post a lot of rough drafts and comps on my Facebook page but sometimes forget to post it here. I try to keep a balance between my blog and my Facebook page. I like to post similar content in case I
I don’t have anything related to April Fool’s Day but I do have some stellar designs that I’d love to share. I hope you all get pranked at least once today! Raw Health packaging designed by Pearlfisher. Originally found here. Mexico Wedding Illustration designed by Federico Jordan printed here. Poster design by Sonnenzimmer. Originally found
It’s the second week of my MEET series. I hope that this can continue on for as long as possible. I have artists lined up until the beginning of summer so check back every Tuesday to meet someone new. This week I’m featuring designer Joshua Cook. He is twenty-three year old graphic designer in Indianapolis,
Meet Byron A. Gronseth, a twenty-eight year old designer located in Seattle Washington. Q1. At what point in your life did you know you would be an artist? I have two stories that I feel best describe my creative origins. I’ve been drawing and playing with colors since I was a child, but when I
I have officially left my full-time [office] day job in hopes that a recent new opportunity will work out within a few weeks. In between then, I’d love to book more freelance projects to keep me busy and to keep food on my table. It’s not easy giving up stability for family, relationships, beliefs, and
Blog design for Coffee + Milk Art. Check it out and email CoffeeMilkArt@gmail.com if you have any amazing coffee art that you want to share.
I originally created my super-simple-extremely-not-complicated logo last year with the intention that I could create a color change whenever I felt like it. In college, I went through two logo identity processes and I didn’t use either. When I tried to develop a logo for myself–I would create logos that were too detailed and I
The home page was approved by Jewel. I’ll be working on the interior pages after the holidays!
I hope this Monday is a start to a very short week for all of you! I had a wonderful weekend in Illinois and it was so refreshing to be with my family and close friends. But now I must work until another fun extended weekend. Enjoy these links and remember to be THANKFUL! The
Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend! I had the day off yesterday and was working for some clients and realized how important my client are to me! So here is my ode to clients…but not in song form. More like link form. Central Coasters I recently helped Cheryl launch her new Etsy shop:
I recently began working with Jewel Hazelton. She’s a public relations, events, and freelance writer and it’s exciting to be working on her personal branding alongside her. Keep watch for updates on her site and blog! If you’re in the Atlanta area- look her up!
I’m working with 1.by.Liz again! We worked together a couple years ago and I’m glad to be designing for her again! Check out her Etsy shop. How amazing are those clocks??