who we’ve branded.
(it only burns a little. promise.)
- Arts Commission of Greater Toledo
- Bleakhouse Coffee
- Blue Moon Assembly
- Change 4 Cancer
- Club Panasonic
- Dameron Architecture
- Delizio and Gilliam
- Detention Watch Network
- DMS.FM - Downtown Music Sync
- INTERESTING NEW YORK
- Katz Architecture
- Left behind in Louisiana
- Liza McConnell Medicine
- Local Matters
- Martin Alloys Corporation
- Megan Mattimoe
- Own entity.
- Project Echo
- Renegade, Inc.
- The Art Supply Depo
- The Years Project
- Uncommon Projects
- Years of Living Dangerously
We developed the graphic identity for the architectural firm Rurik Ekström x Associates.
A logo exercise for the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo’s rebranding.
Logo for Toledo, Ohio’s first art supply shop (other than Michael’s).
Bleakhouse does drip coffee. Conveniently, they’re located under our Toledo office.
Bioboard is a snowboard composed of eco-friendly materials. Made by X-Boards, a company that practices innovative engineering and sustainability.
Blue Moon Assembly is a hands-on startup incubator. The team comes from a long line of successes and wants to get in on the ground floor. Because they know the right idea when they see it.
A fundraising app for the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation, calling on participants to donate mere coins to make change for cancer.
A logo for Panasonic's savings club.
Designed as both logo and gauge of the Cred sharing system's trust in you. In the form of a gradient C. After Kred.com emerged, the company rebranded as Legit.co
Logo for architecture firm Dameron Architecture.
For the Detention Watch Network’s brand, we found inspiration in the invisibility of immigrants in detention, and DWN’s efforts to bring the issues to light. A jumpsuit-orange spotlight is shone on the wire of a fence.
Downtown Music Services provides music licensing. It is home to and marketplace for stars and emerging brands, among other things.
Built around the typeface that we designed for this documentary firm / production house, we highlight ‘Fact’ like a wordprocessor, in the anamorphic contrast ratio of cinema. The fact is colored red as if a plastic toy, sitting in the sun too long.
Logo for Budweiser’s video-on-demand website.
Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network. Long name. We simmered the island-spanning network of research universities down to Echorn. The logo was designed so that the university name can be switched out from island to island.
Short for Fan Trade Exchange. The upward arrow means a growing market.
Logo for a global conference that focuses on people passionate about a specific subject and absolutely humbled by the chance to tell their story publicly. Interesting started in London and opened chapters throughout the US, Canada, Holland, and Australia.
Logo for a New York City architecture and construction consulting firm. The K touches the A creating depth in the graphic, even though the logo is flat and monocolored.
Latitude is a strategy and market research firm that works on any range of subject matters around the globe. The wordmark almost screamed for the most simple conclusion. Distilled down to support name, brand, and message.
The logo for a documentary feature that examines the damage left by Katrina and how people cope. The letters are set on an abandoned roadway sign to be found in the middle of nowhere.
Legit is a startup that provides a safety net for sharing initiated online. We drew custom type that is nested in a circle, the strongest of structural and graphical elements.
The mark we created for McConnell is a marriage of eastern and western medicine. The Ginkgo leaf is growing out of the common symbol for hospitals.
Mapquest CEO and founders’ next company thrives at the intersection of local wisdom and modern technology. The mark reflects the ambitious sentiment.
The name in Tungsten since 1975. Martin Alloys Corp. has been in business for two generations. The firm brings valuable materials back into circulation, whether it should take a sledgehammer or a 8000 RPM centrifuge. The attempts to recover what’s been discarded are as solid as our typography.
Logo designed for attorney Megan Mattimoe. MM, simplified further.
The icon for the home screen of the newly released Omnio app. We also designed the Omnio iPad app for Skyscape, the biggest medical publisher in North America.
Tired of working for the man, this design team decided to branch out on their own. Hence, the name. From there, their logo. The period at the end is rather determined.
Project Echo, Inc. is named after NASA's 1960s experiments with echo-based satellite communications, providing targeted communications in response to the atmospheric challenges of the digital age. Such as screening, protecting, and restoring client reputation for peace of mind. The mark is meant to reflect this spirit.
Renegade is a marketing firm that envisioned the symbol of a saw to cut through the nonsense of the industry. We made this saw the centerpoint of their identity.
We refreshed the Titel Media brands, starting with Selectism. The strikethrough on the -ism performs the blog’s ultimate task: to be selective.
Songtrust is the brainchild of a premiere music publishing houses that represents artists ranging from Frankie Goes to Hollywood to John Lennon. The web app allows musicians to reclaim control of royalties for songs played around the world. We hope the mark makes this clear.
A company that uses computers, code and robotic installations as tools to make ideas a reality – if the ideas are worth it. They wanted a logo design that reflected this spirit. We designed this.
X-boards is a snowboard company that practices innovative engineering and sustainability.
We designed this logo for a Showtime series on climate change. The logo is based on the fire diamond, an indicator of chemical hazard.
The umbrella company of the Years series, this logo is inspired by a timeline or a thermometer, reflecting rising temperatures due to global warming.
We developed a logo that is both antique and timeless. In years past, it could have been found on a crate at expedition base camp. While now, it’s more fitting on a business card.
The retro feel of the logo brings you back to a time when doctors made house calls and knew the names of all your ten children. A gong to ring your neighborhood doctor.