"Modern Rituals for Mortal Beings." Anthropos brings people together for personal transformation through the use of storytelling. The logo is meant to convey a doorway to the subconscious, calling to mind the ancient myths that shape us. The "A" lettermark is central to the structure of the design. The symbol, font and colors were designed to be clean and modern, but also classical and grounding.
I made this logo for a new team that was spun up inside Cvent. Their mission was to promote cohesion and unite diverse teams across the world by creating technical standards and automating shared processes. That mission is symbolized by a tight knot, the colors are Cvent's brand colors. The typeface and styling are modern, and invoke a space travel or launchpad kind of feeling.
A handcrafted jewelry brand in Portland, Oregon. The artist toils over his precise, well-engineered designs, and every piece has some sort of motion element, making them interactive. The logo is meant to reflect that precision, invoke a luxury brand quality, and feel lightweight, feminine, graceful and flowing.
A professional painter living in New York, Matthew was looking for a digital identity to help advertise his gallery and reflect his brand online. The logo is a wireframe of the antique orange chair that his subjects sat in as he paints their portraits. The font is a digital trace of the signature he writes on all of his work.
Moriah is an artist of handcrafted goods in Yellowstone National Park. The work is natural, and reflective of Native American history. The design needed to be bold enough to work as a stamp on packaging and pieces. The logo has two parts. An "M" and "W" are arranged to symbolize mountains reflecting over water. The moon and stringed objects invoke a dreamcatcher.
A tech company specializing in mobile architecture, the foundational code that modern applications can be built on, and built to scale. It was important for the logo to feel like a piece of industrial equipment, strong, foundational, built to last.