Local Colors is a non-profit organization that celebrates the ethnic diversity throughout the Roanoke county. Throughout the year, Local Colors attracts people from around the state of Virginia to their workshops, teachings and summer festival. The "LC" Flag was designed from a 5x6 grid that can be used to create any of the 56 countries they celebrate. The text "Local" and "Colors" is arranged in a way to create a flagpole, further enhancing the "flag" concept of the logo.
Portland Leather Goods is known around the Portland-area for producing quality leather goods and affordable prices. Each of the three marks embody "must have" elements from the client: a bear, clean type and a minimalist mark that can easily be embossed into leather.
Persistence Factory is an online fitness support group consisting of triathletes, runners, swimmers, power lifters and cyclists.
MAKE Communication LLC is an organization that empowers women by providing professional training in communication, collaboration and presentation skills. The branding highlights each of their focus areas as word-bubbles, forming a "M" in the counter space.
The New River Valley Developers Community (NRV DEV) is a social platform for developers throughout the Roanoke and New River Valleys. The brand concept combines commonly used programming elements "< >" and "~", and stacked in a way to create a scene including the river, Blue Ridge Mountains and their reflection.
After spending half the semester helping students with their fictional mobile app projects for the Blacksburg Farmers Market, I thought it would be fun to create a mark from some of my unused feedback. The (geometric) rooster was intentionally left blank, allowing for the exploration of creativity, fun and dynamic for the environment/occasion.
MF Bladeworks specializes in making cutlery, chef knives, kitchen knives, hunting/fishing knives, and other various tactical knives. The identity combines each of the three elements requested by the client, including: the Blue Ridge Mountains, a pair of knives, and a "M" and "F" for the founders' surnames.