Sometimes in the course of doing a project I find myself designing a logo or spot illustration to fulfill a practical function. Usually it’s to point out a point of interest that lies outside the boundaries of a map or simply to title an illustration or map for something that doesn’t have a logo already.
I recently created a new logo and some branding guidelines for my friends at MBP Enterprises LLC
Illustration as a logo I just completed this illustrated logo for Buddy’s Barbecue. I worked under contract to KP Designz and KP Designz’s Katty Peraza’s art direction made a big difference in improving the palette and font usage. This animated GIF gives you an idea of the the process worked…
I just designed a new logo for Escape Key Graphics. This is my third logo design. The last logo was designed around 2008. I’m not sure how far back the first logo goes, but way back. I still have a fondness for my original illustrative logo, but I had too many questions like what is
I was recently subcontracted by City Streetz, a full service graphics shop here in Fort Lauderdale, to create a map for The Ah Tah Thi Ki Museum highlighting some of Florida’s Seminole Indian heritage. City Streetz frequently calls upon me for illustration projects and, of course, maps. Map Cover (and back cover on left) The
I was recently approached by Rite Angler, a tackle shop in Fort Myers, Florida, with a project. They already had a rather intricate illustration as a logo, but it was in black and white only and they wanted a color version. They didn’t want the drawing itself changed other than to make it in color.
The Miami Boat Show actually consists of three boat shows. The Miami International Boat Show and Strictly Sail Miami are both managed by The National Marine Manufacturers Association (informally known as NMMA), and The Yacht and Brokerage Show is managed by Show Management. Printed Map of Collins Ave. Site(I did not design the program cover)
I would like to announce the release of a new logo for Armchair Anglers, an organization that helps the handicapped experience fishing. I would also like to thank Jim Hargaden and Nancy Birnbaum for the opportunity to create the design. I look forward to our next project.