Back in 2010, I created the first real logo for my Scarebear persona. Up until then, I’d applied various designs to the original Scarebear domain, but no true branding. I’d also never really thought through all the different categories or interests of the Scarebear brand. That was mostly because I hadn’t been approaching the Scarebear
Several months back I was chatting with my friend Brad Williams on Twitter when a logo idea hit me—which was weird because we weren’t initially talking about logos. Brad is an incredibly talented guitar player and a man with a greater fascination for the beauty of all-things-guitar than me. So logically my logo idea was
I reached out to my friend James Dean on Twitter, as I knew a while back he was looking for a logo for his video guitar lessons persona online. James is a very talented and giving guitarist who has been giving away instructional videos as people request them. Make sure you check out GuitarStar TV
I’ve been following Evangelos Koudonas on Twitter and Soundcloud for a few years now and am a huge fan of his guitar playing. We were talking about CD design recently and I asked him if he’d ever considered a logo or brand for his music. After a very short conversation, I had an idea. That
I offered to work on the Tone Chasers logo for a friend on Twitter. The logo is for a guitar gear related website that is currently under development. The concept was to create something that combined the tone chasing concept with the elements of guitar-related tone itself. This was achieved by using the valve/tube design
I applied the revised Dialtone Pickups logo to this business card design which will be used at the Namm Show in 2015. The business card incorporates the company’s new tagline Go from sounding good to great (as well as the logo) on the front of the card with the business contact details on the back of
My involvement in the creation of the current Dialtone Pickups logo has been minimal to be honest (the core components were already in place). Having said that, I did work with the Dialtone Pickups team to tweak their existing logo to get the placement of elements just as they wanted them. The font was changed
While designing for Mater Health Services, I created the logo for the Student Placement Online Tool (SPOT). The logo needed to have an element that indicated the business was online (the hyperlink referenced underling of the word Online) while also referencing the acronym SPOT (the stylised letter O in the word SPOT).
While designing for Mater Health Services I created the signage branding for Mater Health Centres. The signage requirements required a design that could be applied in full colour or single colour while also providing options for stacked and horizontal alignments.
While designing for Mater Health Services I created the Redlands Clinic logo. The logo needed to represent the medical aspect of the business while still appearing community oriented. The use of the colour red ties in with both of those requirements as does the logo’s font pairing.