Graphic Design

I received a BFA degree from the Kansas City Art Institute and worked for several years as a magazine and book designer / art director gaining experience in most aspects of print, book packaging, production and promotion. I began freelancing after a few years in the corporate world. For 20 years, I was also an adjunct professor of Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Since 1970 I have worked for a variety of companies and individuals as art director / designer, illustrator, copy writer, photographer, and multi-media producer with a special interest in socially responsible and smaller, environmentally sensitive organizations.

Logo Design can be great fun but is not easy work. A love of typography is helpful because many clients want to use their names or initials as a starting point for their mark. The need to satisfy the client is paramount since they will want to use their logo for as long as possible. Finding a memorable symbol which reflects the individual's or company's business and "personality" requires distilling the essence of that business or individual.

Below is a random selection of graphic work representing a variety of large and small clients and projects of many different requirements.

 

alzheim
confet_play
cpi
cs_card
cs_promo
eleventh
dicapo
falstaf
est_conc
eddie_awn
four_disc
ishop
luggage
phoenix
buttrfly
side
puccini
thanks
trash

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