A while back, a surfer guy reached out to me for a logo. And when I say “a surfer guy,” I mean — a guy who … Continue reading Surf + art supports kids with autism
I’ve written about this before: Normal people, when planning their wedding, don’t think of making a logo for said wedding.
Those same normal people, after that wedding, don’t find the need to change their own personal logo to reflect their new last name.
I get hit with things, fairly often. When I was boxing, I’d get hit with gloves and mitts. These days, it’s with high fives from the kids, or the corners of tables when I’m not looking where I’m going. But … Continue reading sketchbook: stepmomming on Mother’s Day
I saw the facebook post, and told myself to ignore it. “Anyone want to design my new logo?!?!?!?????” my friend Hannah’s status asked excitedly. (Literally that many question marks, btw. I copy/pasted.) I kept scrolling. I don’t have time for this, I told myself. There’s a gazillion projects to work on for the wedding, and that’s sorta my priority at the moment. But it’s me. And it was Hannah. I scrolled back up to look at the responses to her post. Some had suggestions, some had questions, but none were volunteering their own services. Sigh. I couldn’t not. “Logo??? *raises … Continue reading sketchbook: i said i wouldn’t do it
We’d been engaged for maybe 48 hours when I told my brand new fiance we needed a logo. #priorities To his credit, he took the idea in stride, fully aware he’d just proposed to a graphic designer. As such, I was already thinking about the aesthetics of our wedding-to-be: the style, the color scheme, the logo to tie it all together. A branding campaign, if you will. One big piece of that “campaign” finally wrapped up last night at about 2 in the morning: The invitations. I may have been the one who sweated over the design, but it’s been … Continue reading wedding: when you’re marrying a graphic designer