I’ve been meaning to post this logo I recently finished for Sage and Naomi Hobbs. They’re hard at work building Rincón Beer Co. in Puerto Rico and are super excited about their logo, which makes me very, very happy.
Much of the inspiration behind the logo came from the retired Boiling Nuclear Superheater (BONUS) Reactor Facility in Rincón, which is a distinct sea foam green dome. The other colors you see here are derived from the Rincón town crest.
A huge thank you to Sage and Naomi for being amazing clients.
Check out their Facebook page.
Logo for University of Arkansas’s student run radio, KXUA 88.3. I was a DJ there circa 2001, or 2002, but then I can’t be sure. I was eating so much Ramen those days, my brain did not get the nutrients it needed to log memories properly.
Later, I did them a solid and made this new logo which coincided with their 11 year anniversary. (I am going to continue letting them think it was a birthday gift! Don’t tell anyone!)
Logo for upcoming 21st Musicians Showcase from Arkansas Times.
Well the 2013 Musicians Showcase has come and gone and as usual, I had the time of my life making the art for the event. Here are a few pieces.
Nightbird Books is one of the best independent book sellers in Arkansas. I had the extreme pleasure of creating their entire identity in collaboration with Fayetteville artist Dea Self, whose painting the bird in the logo is derived from. Be sure to drop in and see their new location on Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
Deliverables included logo, business card, letterhead, gift card, online landing page, and bookmark.
The Women and Children’s Advocacy Centre in Switzerland needed a new identity to accompany a shift in both name and structure. They were seeking something that had both grace and strength, tenderness and stability.
While the WCAC is based in Switzerland, it does much of its work in Africa and south Asian countries, so there was a need to avoid regionally unique symbolism and to reach for universality and simplicity.
(Update: WCAC has recently undergone some neat changes is now located in Portland, Oregon as Loom International.)