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    The Console.Logging Co. logo was an idea I had combining a browser tool web developers use and the stereotype that designers love dressing for th… Read More
    The Console.Logging Co. logo was an idea I had combining a browser tool web developers use and the stereotype that designers love dressing for the outdoors. Much like our plaid-wearing brothers from other mothers, web folks are loggers too. The Cancer? I Don’t Even Know Her. logo was designed to be printed on a shirt and help raise money for people fighting the good fight. Two friends dealing with cancer within their own families helped me come to the realization that no matter what a person is going through, cancer or otherwise, they still have a personality that can shine through. While some people need warm sentiments, other folks just need a laugh. This logo is for them. It’s a pun on the classic “Poker? I don’t even know her” joke but also touches on the idea that cancer is still a mysterious beast. I started a printmaking crew called the Secret Society of Ink Slingers with friends from graduate school. I would elaborate, but then it wouldn’t be secret, would it. Read Less
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Some of the logos are available to purchase on shirts and stickers.
 
The Console.Logging Co. logo was an idea I had combining a browser tool web developers use and the stereotype that designers love dressing for the outdoors. Much like our plaid-wearing brothers from other mothers, web folks are loggers too.
 
The Cancer? I Don’t Even Know Her. logo was designed to be printed on a shirt and help raise money for people fighting the good fight. Two friends dealing with cancer within their own families helped me come to the realization that no matter what a person is going through, cancer or otherwise, they still have a personality that can shine through. While some people need warm sentiments, other folks just need a laugh. This logo is for them. It’s a pun on the classic “Poker? I don’t even know her” joke but also touches on the idea that cancer is still a mysterious beast.
 
I started a printmaking crew called the Secret Society of Ink Slingers with friends from graduate school. I would elaborate, but then it wouldn’t be secret, would it.
 
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Identities
 
TYPEFACES
Various
 
PRODUCTION
Sketching, Illustrator, Nit-picking
 
MATERIALS
Shirts, Stickers, Digital
 
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