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Hot Fun Comedy Group
Working with fellow designer Tim LaSalle we created a logo for a NYC based comedy/improv group working in west village. The logo was successfully used for 2 years as they performed various shows including the wildly popular “Hot Fun in the [Season]” series.
Hustle - Greenhouse Marketing Team
I created this logo for the internal marketing & sales team for Greenhouse recruiting agency. I used the circle configuration of the ‘greenhouse’ wordmarks ‘g’ and integrated the teams motto “HUSTLE” into the design.
Pebbles of Hope
Pebbles of Hope is a non-profit committed to helping premature babies around the world survive and thrive. In the process of their logo being created their initial designer had to focus on other matters. They needed help finalizing the logo, colors, and type. I worked on smoothing the “pebbles' and making the baby in arms a bit more apparent. I worked with them to achieve a soft color palette and typeface to finish their brand.
A refreshed brand to a small Italian restaurant and bar in TriBeCa, NY. The rebrand was meant to reflect 1960 illustrative styles. A major influence being Disney classic, 101 Dalmatians. See the full brand here.
Karavan was a freelance project for a start-up business from NYU’s Entrepreneurship department. The focus was to create an online shopping platform that integrated social media by allowing users to take a commissions from any sales made on recommendation to friends.
The Goodfund project was a sprint based project for a small event taking place in Brooklyn, NY. The project was restricted to achieving a “fun” design within 24 hours.
This brand was created for a small start-up focused on hand crafted luxury soap.
This logo was created for a bid in helping the town of Russell, Kentucky rebrand their city. The mark mimics the shape of Kentucky state as well as Russell’s main bridge.