RRCT asked WRCA if they could donate some design hours to their new logo. It was approved! We submitted a lot of great logos and here is the final result!
Here was the official submission:
What a great brand for the south coast of Oregon! Here is a link to their website.
Logo submissions that did not make the cut:
I was asked to make a t-shirt logo for Coos Bay’s March For Science!
Here are the national brand graphics I started with: https://sites.google.com/view/m4s/home
Former band-mate and good friend Drew R. sent me a late night text that he needed some fliers made ASAP. I jumped into Photoshop and started going to work.
Dark Satellites and Mars Lights are two bands from Kansas with Drew as the lead guitar player. Concert goers and other musicians are the main demographic for this project.
My main goals were simplicity, readability and texture. While I wanted a striking flyer that can draw the reader into the band names, I also wanted to make the main focus of this design to be the typography and to let the two designs work together as the two shows are only a week apart.
BDGR hosted the Inaugural U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship. Our team was chosen to lead the program design and I was lucky enough to get the chance to be lead designer. I have to give special thanks to Alexia G., Jeff S. and Mike C. of the BDGR team and Tim C. at MillerBrown for providing his time and many years of expertise to make sure this program looked as good as possible.
Golf lovers attending the event, families and friends of players and the BDGR staff.
Our mission was to provide a handy guide to get around the resort, communicate the schedule, show off the stunning Pacific Dunes golf course, and follow along as the competitors play each hole with our handy yardage guide.
I grew too much oregano! So I dried it, branded it, jarred it and then passed out to friends and family.
Friends, family, and every once-in-a-while, when a leaf falls on the ground, the dog tries to eat it. 🙂
My main goal is to show how much fun it can be to grow organic right in your back yard! Perhaps a ‘strawberries by tim’ post coming later this year?
Here is the oregano right before the drying process:
Here are some designs that didn’t make the cut:
I love comedy! My wife will tell you that I’m obsessed. My most recent phase in this comedy obsession is a Podcast called Professor Blastoff. As a branding exercise I decided to mock-up some fun logos, letterhead & business cards for each of the hosts. The beautiful painting was created by Blastronaut Jacob Sanders. I’m not sure who took photos of Tiny Calves, Beach Poop and The Wig but I thank them dearly.
Blastronauts of all ages!
My mission was to create logos for the three hosts of Professor Blastoff (Tig Notaro, Kyle Dunnigan & David Huntsberger… sorry Aaron Burrell) and an overall logo for the show.
Thanks for making me laugh, Professor Blastoff!
UPDATE: As of July 21st, 2015 Professor Blastoff has now closed it’s hatch door. Luckily, I have the Blastronauts Facebook group to help get me through these sad times. As a joke I made a t-shirt graphic out of a comment a fellow Blastronaught had made. A few people contacted me and wanted to actually have the shirt printed up. This… is for them! Love you guys… AAAAANNNND GIRLS! Warning the file is 10MB and liftoff is imminent. You can find the free font here, which was created byAdilson Gonzales.
The Bandon local community garden asked me to mock up some logos for them. Check out the logos that didn’t make it, as well as the winner below!
Perceptions From Nowhere is a publishing hobby of mine. It was started back in 2007 by Travis Davis and myself.
Local artists, poets and anyone else who enjoys grassroots publishing.
Our mission has always been to provide upcoming talent with the platform and springboard to see their work printed and on Amazon.com
Create concert fliers using creative commons images.
Concert goers and found object artists/enthusiasts.
My main goal it to create interesting layouts while trying to obtain a feeling or tell a new story with found digital objects.