This is a collection of logos designed for various clients over the years. I have worked with a wide array of clients, ranging from technology companies to high-scale restaurants and spas. I use a variety of techniques to achieve many different styles to cater to a diverse client base.
Knork is a small Kansas-based company that seeks to enhance the dining experience by integrating a fork with the functionality of a knife. In early 2014, I was tasked with redesigning their website. They wanted to maintain their simple, sleek identity and use large lifestyle images to display the quality and craftsmanship of their products. The website uses a PHP-based content management system, Amplify, which is the proprietary content management system of Aaron Fisher Web Development, LLC.
The website is currently under development and will be live in early May 2014.
Dallas-based creative haven Stash Design focuses on taking a sustainable and green building initiative. Through repurposing and up-cycling, Stash is able to span most commercial and residential applications, including but not limited to fixtures, furniture, interior finish-out, lighting and sculpture by utilizing found & salvaged objects, glass, metal and wood. This encompasses and is accomplished by an inherent sensitivity to modern, rustic and traditional styles.
NorthPark Center is a large luxury retail shopping center with over 235 unique retailers, restaurants and legendary department stores. NorthPark Center draws shoppers from around the world with its impressive list of legendary fashion brands, and a backdrop of art, architecture and landscaping for the enjoyment of its discerning customers.
Every year, NorthPark Center hosts a pet adoption event during the holiday season to help families find a new furry friend to make their home complete. These 4' x 8' signs are placed around the center to promote the event, along with pole banners along Northwest Highway in North Dallas.
Kilo Koncepts is a company that specializes in custom kydex firearm and accessory holsters for both civilian, police and military clientele. They take pride in their quality products that help protect and your equipment.
Mavenly+Co. is an organization that encourages young women to strive for their own definition of success and create a road map for building a life they love. They have established a social community that acts as a resource to encourage women to take ideas they had as young girls and develop them as women. They also generate content such as blog posts and podcasts to maintain a constant stream of inspirational and informative content for their community members.
United Market is a web-based fashion retail company that aims to bring trendy, modestly priced clothing and fashion accessories to young adults throughout the United States and Europe.
I was tasked with creating a simple logo that had a clean, modern feel and represented "unity". The website needed to carry over the same clean and modern look of the logo, and also bring the focus to the products by use of photography as a major design element.
Print collateral for Espa at the Joule in Dallas, Texas. Designed at Banowetz + Company.
I often use custom illustrations to help convey information and enrich the integrity of designs for my clients. I find that illustration can be the perfect solution to a lack of photography and other visual elements, or a fun way to focus the viewer on a crucial piece of information. Creating a custom piece of illustration can help make websites more informative and eye-catching, and also add character to a brand's identity.
The Obelisk Awards, presented by Business Council for the Arts (BCA), celebrate the exemplary partnerships formed between arts and businesses, and honor businesses and volunteers in North Texas whose support had significant impact on the region’s arts and cultural growth.
I was tasked with designing a program and creating visuals that represented BCA's quest to bring business and art together. To achieve this, I used simple yet colorful design elements and custom illustrations that followed the theme of business and art working together in harmony. The following concept was used for the awards ceremony in 2013.
I have created several different typefaces over the years. Some begin as custom type to bring a splash of originality to a client's identity, and some are simply for exploration and technical growth. I am fascinated with typography, and learning the process of designing typefaces has helped me recognize the small details and nuances that can make a huge impact on your design.
A collection of assets that I have created for my own work. I also sell them using my online marketplace, Hogwash Studio.