This cartoon logo featuring a cute yoga girl was created for retailer “Stuff Girls Like” as part of their company branding. Continue reading
This cartoon logo featuring a cute cat was created for an indoor playground business, “Sherby’s Playground”. The cat and the name of the business were both inspired by the owner’s pet cat. Continue reading
This cartoon logo featuring a muscular gorilla was created for cleaning service provider “Klean Kong”, and was also my first project from Mexico.
This project actually came about after the client found out that another designer had used my artwork for a logo and passed it off as their own creation. The client, once discovering this, was fortunate in that the artwork in question was available since the original client didn’t pay the balance due and therefore the artwork copyright was still in my possession.
Beyond that, the unscrupulous designer did a very poor job of ripping off my artwork, so the client also hired me to clean up and update the logo as well.
Because the final logo needed to be printed in a limited manner of cleaning supply tools, I developed the character from the original full door version to this limited palette 2-coot version. The client and I both loved how it turned out.
Personally, I preferred the version where I added the mop to the gorilla’s hand, but the client vetoed the decision. She said, “We don’t use mops”. I doubt they use gorillas either, but that didn’t stop her from including one in the logo!
This cartoon logo featuring a contraction worker cartoon character surrounded by his toolbox and tools was created for tool supplier company Toolatron. Continue reading
This cartoon logo featuring a soldier in military gear (machine gun and cigar firmly in teeth, of course) was created for a military gamer who wanted a custom logo for his online identity.
The client approached me with simple, candid project details: “I’m a black guy who games online with a bunch of white guys”, and with a nod to the Token cartoon character from South Park, his gamer name was created. And he wanted a cartoon logo to match.
I knew from the start I wanted to include actual tokens in the logo, which with the military theme I thought had a fun “spoils of war” angle, not to mention general gaming use of tokens — checkers, anyone? the play on words was a third layer of meaning in the illustration. Piles of gold tokens with spend machine gun shell casings came to mind. Continue reading
Cartoon logo featuring Sasquatch on a bicycle for Portland, Oregon bike and outdoor recreation retailer Cloud Cap Cycle & Board Shop. Continue reading