This is the logo I created for the first version of my online digital graphic design portfolio. Originally all of my websites had their own brand and name—it was not very connected or obvious. The logo represents the use of ink (through the obvious ink splatter) as does the font style (by using a newspaper
I decided to create a brand for my main website that reflected my rough around the edges approach to all-things guitar. I’m not an expert and I’m not perfect. The logo needed to reflect that. My handle Scarebear (which has been a nickname of mine for over 20 years) also implies something that is primal.
I worked with Giuseppe Sorbello in designing and printing his book on vocal training for the performing arts after I had designed and developed his website. Giuseppe had written this book over many years and hand drawn the images that ended up inside the book. Giuseppe had an idea for the front cover which included
While designing for Mater Health Services I created this invitation design for one of the hospital’s refurbishment launches. The design needed to appear modern while recognising the blend of old and new with the hospital’s refurbishment and history.
While designing for Mater Health Services, I created the billboard that announced the development of the new building that was being constructed to house both Mater Mothers’ Hospital and Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital (now Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane). The billboard design announced that Mater was expecting a new building (a term often associated with mothers
Several years ago I ran a small web design/development business that specialised in brochureware style websites. The goal was to build wicked little websites for people who wanted something that focused on content, design and accessibility. The logo for that business needed to be a blend between professional and wicked. This was that logo.