Logo's and Stationary
- I designed this logo for a customer of mine. He worked for the Cameron Port Commission and was wanting a logo that defined who they truly were. I chose the color scheme of Green's, Kaki's and yellow's because The Cameron Port is a major support contributor with a direct link to the oil and gas exploration and service industry. Not to mention that it is home to several shrimp, crab and other seafood harvesting operations. I chose the slogan "Opening to Possibilities" to define what Cameron Parish is all about. Combining the harvesting of seafood and explorations of oil and gas. Because my customer was not interested in this particular logo, I decided entered it into the ADDY's Student Awards at Sowela Technical Community College and placed with a winning Gold.
This particular Stationary was designed for the Student Addy Awards to go along with the logo for the Cameron Port Commission. It also placed with a winning Silver.
- This Logo package was designed for the Ad & Press Club of Southwest Louisiana. The club is voluntary, and puts on a Gridiron show every year rasing money for McNeese State University and Sowela Technical Community College. All proceeds go to helping students in the fields of Ad and Press. This is my second year as a member, and since it is the 40th anniversary, the club wanted something modernized to represent them.
- Lil Cochon's is a Family Owned cajun kitchen located in Lacassine, Louisiana. Last year, the owner came to me and asked if I would Illustrate a brand for his restaurant/specialty meats kitchen. After sitting down and sketching a few brands with him, We decided that this would be the best way to express his business. I later digitalized his brand into a logo. He now uses these marks on business cards, t-shirts, vinyl banners, trailer wraps, etc. We have converted his logo into one color and half tones to keep his expense in process down.
I created this informational slick for a customer. They wanted something they could pass out explaining everything they do. I took all the information and photos she had given me and created something pleasing and interesting to the eye.