Logo for WAIC 2014, a conference hosted by the Western Association of Independent Camps. The concept drew inspriation from Bill Watterson's Calvin & Hobbes. Whenever a telephone would ring in that comic strip, it would leap off the table top and demand attention by emitting angry squiggles and lines.
A pair of logos for two summer camps in Black Mountain, North Carolina. The triangular shape of each was based on a old logo for the girls camp (the older of the two camps) and the silhouette of the girl drawing the bow was created to match the style of the boy holding the eagle, an old mark for the boys camp.
Custom icon set created a summer camp for boys and girls in Kent, Connecticut. The variety of activities offered by the camp is extensive and the icons were created to represent such selection concisely and illustrate other important concepts central to the summer experience.
Logos created for a technology company in Boulder, CO, promoting some of their distinctive services and frame works. The CampBot mascot even made his way onto a bottle of craft beer, as seen below.
In honor of one the conferences they host, the client brewed a batch of their own craft beer, which they named Web-Based Wheat, in honor of their web-based service. Source code from that service even made its way into the logo. This logo was printed on their bottles and a single-color variant was printed on pint glasses.
New logo for a boys summer camp in Black Mountain, North Carolina. The eagle is a long-standing symbol of the camp and the goal of this project was to refine and emphasize it.
Social media icon for a national summer debate camp. This simple logo is used on the camp's Facebook page and other outreach services.
Logo for a summer camp for boys in Mentone, Alabama, commemorating their 50th Anniversary. The logo was primarily used on their website and on a sticker sheet.