Finally! I can show you all a thing I did!
I’ve been working on a logo for a company in its early stages called bringboogie.com. They’re hired out to parties and bring everything from DJ sets and PA equipment to lighting and smoke machines. As I said the company is just beginning so the website isn’t running yet; I’ll repost this when their website is live.
I enjoyed making this, the client was great to work with and I was able to progress through the design with a good amount of guidance as to where he wanted it to go.
Here’s a few variations of the logo, as well as a .gif I’ve literally just made – I hope the client likes it…
I created the logo, flyer and business card designs for a college friend’s new face-painting and other party services business as a favour. She’s lucky to have me at her dispense at a time when I have so little design work going on!
Check out her Facebook page.
I’m thinking of making a series of those little face-painted icons and maybe throwing them on Creative Market or somewhere…
These were created for a youth event host by MKCC. I was given free reign as long as there were 3 teams and the poster was to be kept simple. The poster didn’t need any branding or much information as it is going on their Facebook page.
The names of the tribes are all names of real tribes of the respective regions: Kickapoo is a Native American tribe; Maringa is an Aboriginal tribe; and Urhobo is a tribe is Africa. I really like the outcome, especially considering it was done in less than half a day.
A couple of designs created (potentially) for ‘Appetite for Life’, a ‘lifestyle web TV show’, which also makes wine.
Some logo designs I created for Lyric Wines’ competition: