Mercer Street Group’s Amy Paczosa and Melissa Roberts are Texas realtors who serve Central Texas and Dripping Springs. These Realty Austin agents needed a custom logo as well as a website that follows Realty Austin’s branding guidelines. Taking inspiration from antique street signs, the Mercer Street Group logo marries modern with vintage. With typographic liberty, […]
The Texas Association of Community Schools represents hundreds of small, mid-sized, and rural school districts in Texas. TACS aims to promote the progress of public education in the state of Texas. The Austin-headquartered organization needed a logo that communicates its commitment to supporting educators, academic excellence, and the power of a collective voice among smaller […]
Marketing guru Sarah Stahl needed a logo refresh and a book designed from cover to cover. We ended up with an energizing color palette and a bold, expressive overall design for both the book and her branding. My work on this project included branding design, book cover design, and typesetting for the hard cover, paperback, […]
The client’s goal for this project was both a rename of their youth chorus and a new logo design. This project was completed with three rounds of revisions in two months with deliverables of a fresh logo and fully-fleshed out brand guide.
The Jackman Eye Austin logo draws some lighthearted inspiration from the cacti and desert climate in Marfa.
The Imagine Music & Arts logo pairs a soft, fluidity of motion with kid-oriented typography to illustrate this music and arts school in Norman, Oklahoma. The abstract bird works to represent both audio and visual artistry.
Independent publisher Mezcalita Press is based in Wimberly, Texas and they focus on publishing written works by writers and artists in the music world. The client requested a look that united the agave plants of the Texas Hill County with books.
Designed for World Literature Today magazine’s 90th year of continuous publication. My concept centered on conveying modernity while also referencing the rich history of the magazine.