Spring & Sprout Dental Support Services is a full service dental practice support company focused on providing services exclusively to the pediatric and orthodontic segments of the dental care industry.
Higher education branding.
Creative Director: Adam Kuhn
Art Director: Chris Jackson
Designer: Roscoe Peacock
Language: Carrie Shirley
Photography: Sarah Jane
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
A hybrid mark that represents community & tradition is new, but relatable. The mark needs to allow for modular elements that can be applied across different mediums in several lockups.
Redesign the logo for the Humboldt State University Archery Club to use while at competitions and practices etc. to promote a sense of pride and professionalism for the Humboldt Archery Club. Club members were actively engaged in the design process. The project was entirely planned, budgeted, initiated and resolved by students.
Using a bit of the club's history and the magnificent trees for inspiration, incorporate both a redwood and an element of archery into the design.
A contemporary, yet historically textured, restaurant based in Savannah, GA with beginnings deriving from old, 1950's, butcher shops. Project includes logo, menu, and white birch coasters.
Download sample menu
The Hangout Frozen Yogurt Cafe is dedicated to providing their customers a local friendly gathering place where you can enjoy a healthy treat with family and friends. They are a locally owned and family operated frozen yogurt shop.
Design a logo which will be applied to the various applications of the frozen yogurt cafe.
Visit The Hangout
ZeroUI develops gesture applications, platforms and interfaces for 3D sensing cameras such as Kinect and Leap Motion. They started with a simple yet powerful mission to make everyone a maker or 'Personal Making'. They have developed the world's first hands-free 3D modeling technology.
Design a logo that encompasses the company's views and aesthetics while communicating their overall message.
Collaborated with two others, a fellow Graphic Designer who was mostly responsible for the company's site layout, and a Developer.
Graphic marks for various different teams, publications, or tools of Amway Global (Amway's marketing team based out of Ada, Michigan who cater to clients worldwide).
Create an ad Campaign for Method Laundry Detergent which shines a light on their innovative designs. Method has three different Unique Selling Points (USP). One USP being the ultra-concentrated formula of the detergent. A second USP would be the product's innovative bottle design. And the third is the company's choice to be responsible and environmentally conscious about their product.
Males and Females, ages 16 and up, including college students, moms, and pretty much anyone who does their laundry and who is willing to make a change.
P&G's Tide, Gain, and Martha Stewart's Clean.
Goals & Objectives:
Emphasize the three USP's as main points to catch the public's attention, making them aware of method through a clear, and effective message.
Three Posters, Three billboard designs, two different mailer coupons/ads, and a T-shirt.
Design a logo for a freelance portrait photographer whose portfolio has a strong black and white focus.
Visit Katelyn Irene Photography
A project for a production design class with professor Jason Fox. The book is 66 pages with stainless steel spiral bounding and a 1/16" thick front and back hard cover.
View the book here
As part of a company sponsored course at the Savannah College of art and Design, 12 students were involved in the re-branding process of CHA (Clough Harbour and Associates). Responsibilities included ideation, concepting, logo design, website re-design and pitching the final presentation to the client.
Stephen Hall - Professor of Advertising
Lena Barrows - Advertising
Michelle Blackman - Advertising
Charlie Weston - Advertising
Rebecca Dreifuss - Advertising
Taichi Kozaki - Advertising
Britney Lukowski - Advertising
Dylan Shaw - Advertising
Jason Frazier - Professor of Graphic Design
Jessica Bronson - Graphic Design
Valerie Stecker - Graphic Design
Roscoe Peacock - Graphic Design
Emily Scott - Graphic Design
LemonDays is a humanist san serif inspired by retro diner signs from the 1950's and 60's. The typeface is characterized by it's bold brush strokes which are thicker at the top and thinner towards the bottom of each form. The name represents a typeface that alludes to the experience of a refreshing lemonade stand in the summertime. LemonDays also works well when used in a graphic novel or comic book setting.