Friday, August 1, 2014
Along with the primary brand mark, I developed this mark to align with the primary Empress mark for special items that needed to emphasize products which are made by sustainable practice. While these products can be more expensive, they are becoming more popular in the marketplace. The development of this "green" product line has stalled (and which may be resurrected), this secondary logo demonstrates that a well developed logo and brand can have its various cousins (if so desired) without losing the equity or the recognition of its primary logo.
Monday, September 9, 2013
Kind of a quick work here... a logo for a brand -- possibly -- of foodservice and medical gloves. For some reason, and I am not quite sure why, the client decided not to pursue manufacturing gloves. I did come up with some concepts for the packaging which you can see on this blog.
Monday, August 5, 2013
Monday, July 22, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
My client was looking for an unique identity for a private line of foodservice disposables. I submitted four different designs and after some wrangling, this was the approved logo. I am currently developing packaging for the various products that will fit underneath this brand umbrella. Later, I'll release some of the concept work.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Vintage is a private label brand that we co-market with other companies throughout the USA. I am not sure who developed the original logo or when, but I thought the design as it was, was rather lackluster and could use an update.
I basically took the concept that was there and made it work a little harder so it would have more of a visual impact and identity and got rid of the damn system font that I think was Arial. Who the hell uses Arial for a logo design?
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Four concepts for a disposable glove brand that I developed as well as some of the other visual elements such as the icons featured below.
Concept 4 was my favorite because the look of it is the most high-end of the four.