This logo was designed after the style of shilling coins produced in England during the time period of the music sung by the group. The group had no notion of what they wanted for a logo and left its design entirely in my hands.
This logo was inspired, and is based on, the beautiful large stainglass rose window of the Moorish style synagogue building which is the feature most loved by the community.
This logo was was inspired by the wrought iron lantern atop the arched intrance to the synagogue grounds and enphasises the communities motto.
These are two designs for a university Japan club. They are styled after traditional Ka-mon. The version on the left is straight-forwardly Japanese with two sakura (cherry) blossom petals and the version on the left incorporates the university's mascot rendered in a Meiji era Japanese style.
This logo was produced for a small, and now defuct, society which focused on educating Americans about Japan while engaging the small Japanese community in traditional activities.
This logo was designed for a small group of Jewish students. The organization came into being for only a brief time - for the duration that there were enough Jewish students to actually form a club.