For most designers, there is pressure to go all out and create their own wedding invitations, save the dates, programs, so on and so forth when they’re about to get married. I was definitely not excluded from that grouping. I made several mood boards for this, ya’ll. Here are some details.
Thank you to Alter Image Photography for their amazing work!
When my grandparents passed away in 2016, I volunteered to create their mass booklet as a tribute to them. I also wanted to paint portraits of them, which was great therapy and gave me time to reflect on how special they were to me and many others during their lives. I wanted to portray them as the heroes they were to me.
Logos are one of my favorite things to noodle on. Here’s a gallery of some favorites throughout the years.
I like it all kinds of ways - digital, pencil, pen, watercolor, etc.
At Chase Design, we have a tradition of creating large, eye-catching front panel graphics to display in the window of our building on Genesee Street in Skaneateles. I was happy to participate and throw this guy into the mix. The “50 years” is a wink to how long Chase has been around.
When your Dad (who paid for you to go to art college) needs a logo for his new business, you put some effort in.
My husband likes to keep me busy providing graphics for his many projects. When it came to his Twitch channel, we decided to build on a creepy, cultish, art-nouveau inspired style with some abstract tentacles thrown in for good measure.
Random things that aren’t type. Whoa!