Helping Brands Leave a Mark
This was a school project. In 2006 the Frederic C. Hamilton building was opened to the public and has become an iconic Denver landmark. I tasked myself to bring the brand inline with the architectural and environmental design. In the hopes that it would unify the design experience.Click for Full Project
This was a school project. The project was to create a food truck concept and then create brand collateral based on the idea. Gristle is a food truck that pairs craft beer and BLT sandwiches. Sounds good, right!?
This brand was designed to create a brand around my radio illustrations. The name Coverage has it’s roots in radio i.e. signal coverage but additionally the idea the illustrations would be turned into hangable art and “cover” walls.Click to See the Radios
This was a brand evolution to simplify the current identity system. There are three major changes to the brand. One, the orange has been solidified as the primary brand color and the blue has been relegated to a supporting color. Two, the “Di” mark letter size has been made consistent. Three, overall spacing and surrounding padding has been standardized.Click to See the Complete Rebrand
This was also a school group project which involved a true client. Our group met with a local coffee shop to learn their design pain points and to see where they envisioned their design. Zócalo is a Spanish term for the city square. The logo mark, which was my responsibility, incorporates a map pin, a (city) square, and a mountain silhouette.
This was a two part project. I wanted to rebrand the railroad in two ways. The first rebrand was to use as much of the original logo (top left) as possible.
This was the second piece of the rebrand. I wanted to make as contemporary of a mark as possible. Yet, I was still able to use lettering from the original mark which makes both the “N” and the “H”. Additionally, I created the “Going Places” tagline to help reinvigorate the brand.