Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Keep the MAX

I just finished working on another sales incentive plan logo for a medical device company. There were a number of prerequisites for the design but the one that proved most difficult was keeping the pre-existing "MAX" logotype. I think a different font would have worked better with the diagonal aspects of the three letters, but this font still allowed me to garnish it a bit. Click on the image below to see a larger version.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Super Quick Super

Here's a quick vector-art illustration for a promotional logo. The client handled the text treatment.

After a brief career drawing comic books, apparently I am the expert on super heroes. My clients ask for this type of work quite frequently. For example, Target asked me to fix a brochure design for them that promoted their movie tie-in merchandise when the Hulk movie came out. It was strictly a graphic design project, but since I was a comic book artist too, I would know what to do. I'm not complaining... the brochure turned out great and I got to art direct a Marvel-certified artist for the cover illustration. That will be the closest I get to working with Marvel. (:

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Additional Cards

A while back I created iconic illustrations for two sets of activity cards for Alzheimer patients and caregivers. I recently finished 12 additional images for that collection. Please click on the image below to get a better view.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Happy Holidays!

We wish you joy and peace this holiday season as we celebrate the birth of our savior and the birth of a new year. Be of good cheer.