Logo created for Goshen’s first dog park. As Goshen is known as the “Maple City,” I wanted the logo to feel a part of Goshen, yet it’s own brand. The logo will be used on signage, marketing materials such as t-shirts, frisbees and canvas bags.
The logo is made up of two main elements pulling from the heart of the East Lincoln Crossroads neighborhood. The 4-sided orange shape is the boundary of the neighborhood. The longest border of the neighborhood is established by a train track. The 4-colored circle reminds us of railroad crossing signs and also of the rising sun over the neighborhood.
A church logo developed for a young church (Family Worship Center) that had merged together with a older demographic congregation (The Gospel Lighthouse). This logo merges the feel of both congregations by utilizing a modern font with traditional colors.
Logo design for a church plant in Denver, CO. The pentagon shape represents the five core values of the church’s mission statement, but with an open edge representing the church being sent into the world. There is also a subtle “LG” in the pentagon as well.
Brand created for the upcoming Theos Art project. Solution was to create a logo that evoked the feel of traditional foreign art, yet bringing in a modern touch. The globe top utilizes a diacritical mark referencing the greek word for theos, Θεός, which means “God.”
(1/2) Horizontal version and main logo for the Haupert Institute of Agricultural Studies at Huntington University. Designed to evoke the home-town, yet grand feel of a local farm and the rolling hills of earth.
(2/2) Seal version of the logo created for Huntington University’s agricultural program.
Logo created as part of the 2014 winning marketing campaign for the State of Indiana Department of Agriculture. I collaborated with Matthew Nelson on the logo, while the other team members created the marketing materials and proposal. The marketing goal was to showcase local Indian produce within grocery stores around the state.
Logo created for the children’s ministry at LifeGate Church. The font evokes a feeling of fun and excitement, while the “life” font retains roots from the original LifeGate brand.
A logo created for the Local Limelight section of Diers Exhibit Group’s monthly newsletter. Abstract lines representing spotlight angles and shades of green combine to evoke the image of a lime.
This logo is used by Huntington University for the annual Sophomore Fondue put on by the university President in collaboration with the female junior student government representative. “Fondue” created by hand-lettering.