Recently launched a top to bottom rebrand of a Ceilings, Walls & Accessories construction products distributor. Some examples shown here. New logo, brand identity, website, ads, collateral, vehicle graphics and anything else you can possibly imagine.
New responsive website created for The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations. A great organization doing good things.
I’ve been fortunate to work closely with the owner of Waddell’s on his new restaurant in North Spokane, Waddell’s Brewpub & Grille. After initial meetings it was determined that we needed to really bring back the legend of Rube Waddell, a remarkably dominant strikeout pitcher from the early 1900’s. Stories and newspaper clippings tell a wild tale of this man.
Waddell’s on- and off-field exploits became instant legends.
Waddell was so unpredictable, and into fire fighting, that a myth was circulated that he had a habit of leaving the dugout in the middle of games to follow passing fire trucks to fires.
He performed as an alligator wrestler in the offseason.
Fastballs, fishing, fire fighting, females and firewater – all were favorite pasttimes of Rube Waddell. And, not necessarily in that order – as long as it added up to fun.
The restaurant, brewery, beer logos, and website are all rooted in these stories and they were a blast to research and illustrate.
I recently finished a new responsive website for Uncle Dan’s. They make really good salad dressing and dip mixes. Responsive web design is a way of making a single website that works effectively on both desktop browsers and the myriad of mobile devices on the market.
I recently completed this website for Quinn Group’s client EMS Connect. It has members only content that subscribers can pay for on a monthly basis. Our client can update the monthly archives with a content management system. It also looks good too!
EMSconnect is a monthly web-based seminar for emergency medicine providers. Topics are presented LIVE each month by a board-certified emergency medicine physician. Each topic is presented in an informal manner that is both engaging and educational.
The goal of EMSconnect is to provide the most current information for all levels of EMS providers and to provide documentation of ongoing educational requirements to meet state certifications.
I recently had the pleasure of creating the new Spokane Humane Society website. They are a great, non-profit local public charity dedicated to the welfare of companion animals.
In the past year I’ve been able to do some great design work for the Humane Society. Newspaper ads, facebook cover photo designs, brochures, billboards and now the new website. They’ve been a pleasure to work with.
Just over one year ago we got our awesome dog “Snow” there. She’s the best. The adoption process was pretty easy, although we could tell that they really want to make sure the animals go to a good home.
If you’re thinking about adding a furry new member to your family, I highly recommend rescuing an animal from the Spokane Humane Society.
So, Sara and I got married on October, 1st. However, this post isn’t so much about our wedding as it is about all the custom illustrations, designs, stationery, posters and even a website, that Sara let me have fun with. Sara didn’t want traditional invitations so I made them funky, fun and totally us. We love how it all turned out.
Update: The website is no longer active.
Lil’ Carol is a close family friend who also happens to resell my father’s honey. Since she’s been doing so well with the honey business I though she should have a website. I created quite a few custom illustrations and gave the whole thing a very artsy craftsy feel. Take a look at it and let me know what you think.
Bob Spooner at Goodale & Barbieri recently asked me to work on some marketing material for one of their building projects, The Michael Building. The Michael Building, in downtown Spokane, will be renovated from the ground up with state of the art mechanical systems, electrical and plumbing while still maintaining its historical roots. Ground floor retail with 3 floors of office space will make this the next great mixed-use building in the downtown core.
Looking to attract businesses that want modern, creative workspaces, Bob had me design a building logo, a full-color gate-fold brochure, a website, and more to come.
Working on this project I learned a lot about the building (and Spokane’s) history. It was built after the Great Spokane Fire of 1889. The fire destroyed 32 square blocks, virtually the entire downtown. Residents and business owners rebuilt the downtown core quickly and many of the buildings built after the fire are still standing today.
Recently, I’ve been fortunate enough to work on some very fun stuff for a new independent film company. Little Lou Productions needed a logo and some collateral material for the world premier of their debut film Lady Lily: adventures in god’s country. I was given free reign on the Little Lou logo, so I presented three totally different ideas and they picked my favorite one (pictured above).
The film already had a great poster (kudos to whomever designed it), so I didn’t mess with it other than to add the requested laurels. I also created two sided postcards, a t-shirt and premier party artwork.
The world premier of the film will be at the Spokane International Film Festival this Friday, Feb 11th.
Go see it! It’s an awesome, weird, funny, creepy, sad and beautiful film – in other words, it will stick with you.
“Magic Lantern | Fri, Feb. 11 | 7:30 pm, 7:45 pm, 11:30 pm | It’s a sexy mind trip. The premise: two best friends spend the summer at a cabin, and a local man wedges between them. The backdrop: panoramic views of Priest Lake. The soundtrack: unique indie scores. Mind trip: the conclusion’s unexpected.” – The Pacific Northwest Inlander