I have created a few logos in the past, but the most relative and best to showcase is what I created for my own company. After a lot of trial and error, a happy accident happened transforming a lowercase “e” from an installed font into the “e” you see below. Using the shape of the rounded outer part of the “e” the circular part of the “b” was created.
Goddess Era Jewelry is all about making unique, personalized accessories that encourage people to express their inner goddess. The vision for the logo was to capture that essence of beauty and power.
This is a logo I created for a clients business. Her company helps make life easier for busy women in Dallas. Ranging from assistant work, event planning, day to day home and closet organization, wherever you need extra help in your life! The logo was created as a way to bridge together the main concept of the company with the core at the center - YOU.
The McFarlin is a fourplex located in University Park, Texas. The timeless 1900s building has almost finished going through a complete remodel, with the logo representing its iconic look.
I created this logo for another client and her PR profession. The K ended up being customly created from the original font in order to fit inside the inner part of the G. The heart above the “i” in the client’s last name represents the love and passion she has for the PR industry.