The founder of Recursive House Inc. came to us with a vision of building on the brand name specifically. Recursion is the concept of application through repetition. As a software development firm, they wanted a relevant design with thoughtful detail.
This is my own logo – used when applicable. I wanted to fully encompass my brand while also adding elements that bring me joy such as coffee and colour. Building elements individually then cleverly integrating them is one of many processes I enjoy while designing.
The debut novel from Jenn Agostini is in the process of being self published; and along with marketing and advertising consultation, I designed a series of ads for facebook, instagram and Mailchimp.
This logo was a gift for a clients sister. Again, simplicity is a key element, but when names represent the brands themselves it is also important to be inventive in their construction. Initials and letters specifically, is about building the design around them.
After brainstorming a multitude of designs, Second Story Thrift Store came to us looking for an elegant design that told a story. We built this logo after sketching a variety of elements and putting them together. Our process often looks this way when clients aren’t sure of the direction.
With a logo already in place, The Hydrant Online approached us about creating a more cartoon-ish style of her logo with a custom font. This is an example of a client knowing exactly what they want, and simplicity is key here.
StickersByYellow – Custom Pet Portraits
StickersByYellow is my small business, operated through Etsy. We create custom portraits of pets and their owners, and turn them into stickers.