The logo was designed for a grade school baseball team. I wanted the font to feel authentic with other baseball logos.
I really like how this logo came together. I think what helped the most was using a font and transforming it to look like an old school baseball logo.
I wanted to do a logo with completely custom letters that I drew myself. The texture over the font represents the red dirt of Oklahoman soil.
This logo is combination of two fonts and a flower illustration. I used a rainbow gradient because of it's history with the state of Hawaii.
I created this logo in Illustrator and it came together pretty fast. All I needed was to find a couple of cool fonts and add a gradient here and there.
I created this logo for a country singer we had at the casino. The font's rugged look was a perfict fit.
A fun logo designed in Illustrator. I tried to find a font that had a fun drawn out look like mug with its thick drawn lines. An added bonus is masking an image inside the glass for an added effect.
This logo started with the fun Halloween font I found. I then styled the text and followed with a few blood splatters in the back. I'm using two complimentary colors in red and green that remind us of christmas, but they work effectively here for Halloween.
I wanted this Blackjack logo to have an old west feel. I transformed the Blackjack font in photoshop and added some ornaments.
What I like best about this logo is the effective use of photoshop layer styles on the two fonts and the giant spade. The fonts both contribute each other nicely as well.
A logo designed for a football pick'em. The idea started with the brozne trophy of the quarterback in an chair. The rest of the football shield is styled with a bronze look to match the trophy.
Not a very complicated logo, but I like the way it came together. The simple use of the crosshairs at the bottom also bring everything together nicely.
A logo designed for a Fourth of July promotion. The fonts were altered in Photoshop and I added additional shapes in Illustrator to complete the logo.
A logo for a tax refund promotion. I needed to emphasize the rapid part of the logo, so I used some jagged cut outs to give the logo a rapid movement effect.
My favorite thing about this logo is the glow of the moon. The background also helps this logo pop off.
Two fun logos to design for a back to school promotion. Back 2 Cool works because it's being rotated at an angle allowing the font to flow with the sunglasses for a seamless effect.
Feather Fest was an interactive aviary exhibit at the zoo. The target audience was mothers with young children, so I designed cartoon birds that would appeal to a family audience.
The Logos were an idea for a new fishing rod being developed with young adults in mind. The logos had to be designed horizontally to fit on the thin surface of a fishing rod.
This logo was an idea for an Animal Hospital in Bartlesville, OK. My idea was to combine a cartoon illustration with a fun round font.
Graphic design class assignment. My goal was to utilize the prairie's strongest attribute, the American Bison. I designed everything with one color to keep costs down. The paper was made with recycled paper to bring awareness to nature conservatism.
Logo created for my future ice cream company. The idea of wildberry icecream comes from combining two fruits together. I designed the letter "d" and "b" in the logo to represent a back to back fruit.
An in-house project for Third Floor Design. There were no limits to the logo in terms of color. For the Identity, I wanted it to feel like a piece of canvas with paint stains around the edge.
Local client who came to Third Floor Design looking for a new logo for their business. To keep costs down we decided everything should be designed in Black and White.
The logo was created for the Tulsa Chapter of Big Brother Big Sisters of Oklahoma called Amachi. I designed the logo to stand out from other Amachi chapters around the states.