Recently l generated a logo for One Million Children. A non-profit company that is a division of Gospel Light Worldwide. They provide curriculum and books to children all over the world. this logo was developed to start the branding campaign off with a bang.
CCAD WaterWell Project in Cambodia by the VC SeaBee’s is a project that is currently underway. One of the Soldiers asked me to design some work shirts for the Men in this unit. It has been a pleasure to design these elements for this shirt, and it has been a cool opportunity to be working internationally and for the SeaBee’s!!!
Kubb (pronounced koob) is a fun Nordic game of mysterious origin. Some say it’s Viking and ancient; some say it’s Swedish and modern; most just say it’s the best lawn game they’ve ever played! The skill of the tosses, the luck of the bounces, the ever-changing patterns of Kubbs to knock over, the satisfying clunk of wood hitting wood — once you start, it’s hard to stop. So, find a patch of grass (or sand or even snow), get some friends, and toss some lumber!
(courtesy Scott Moehring, illustrated PDF)
Meet the newest member of the wood shop! Thanx to Mr. Jon Rudd.
I recently created and then installed a large format sign for some friends of mine. It is their last name presented at about 5 feet long and approximately 2.5 feet tall. I cut it out of 1/8″ plywood and stained and painted it to have the appearance of a sign that was taken off the outside of a building after having been there for many years. This is the second sign that I have made this way, the first being the one that I made for my own home. I am very excited to be able to make more of these for folks that desire there last name to be stated boldly within their home as not only an identifier, but as a unique piece of art. I make each sign with a custom font face, hand sketched prior to design and application. I charge $100 for the first letter (capital) and then $50 for each letter thereafter. See the below photos for examples of this art! you can email me directly if you are interested in getting one of these for your home or you can refer me to your friends and family!
When designing the “Pray for the Brain” book cover for Jeffrey Barsch, I had an idea about what the cover should look like but i was struggling with where to start on the computer. Naturally, the thought came to my mind, to just get my pencil and some sketch paper, and guess what, this happened. Below is the before and after. The sketch is the before, the Art is the after. This is the official book cover for Jeffrey. It is currently on its way to the press. Let me know what you all think!
I am starting my design preparation for the holidays. I will be making the same series of pallet wood signs again, as well as some new ones. I can also create anything that you may want customized for yourself or for holiday gifts! Let me know by emailing me directly sooner than later so that we can get it done sooner than the busy holidays!!!