If this logo were a room, it would be a high end converted loft with soaring ceilings and beautiful modern furniture. I loved creating this logo and sorta wish I could steal it for myself (of course the whole lack of e’s in my name might be a bit of a problem). This look is […]
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I’m excited to share one of my personal favorite brands I’ve had the pleasure of designing. Top Notch. A Notch above the rest. Haha I love wordplay, I know I’m a dork. But seriously, how cool is this logo and branding package designed for Ryan Notch? I’m excited to see his updated website…I love stepping […]
Launching a lovely new look for Kori Hiser Photography – clean, linear, with a fresh color palette of grey, light blue, and purple. Thank you Kori!
I’m excited to share with you the complete branding package for Wynter Photography. I love the contrast between the cool blue and the coral, and the floral pattern was inspired from Wynter’s website. Her complete package included logo design, letterhead, a business sized envelope, notecard, and business card design. Thank you Wynter, it was great working […]
I’m excited to reveal the new look for Darrin Wassom Photography, something I’d like to call a masculine take on retro meets grunge (and yes, I made that up). I love the texture, and the warm colors, and think it complements Darrin’s photography, especially his killer wedding stuff. Darrin got the whole Kit n Caboodle […]
Well I’m back from the Cape, rested and relaxed (no internet for 3 whole days?? oh my!) and ready to show off some goods. Remember the logo a blogged a bit ago for Rebecca-Linh Rogers? I have created a complete branding set for her, with a “sleek meets Anthropologie” feel. I love that constrast with […]
It’s the greatest feeling when I finish one of these sets! This is Elizabeth’s new complete branding package for Elizabeth McCormick Photography The Kit n Caboodle package I offer comes with the works: Logo, Business Card, Letterhead, Trifold Brochure, Notecard, and Envelope. In this set, I also designed an extra 5×5 insert for Elizabeth to […]