Thursday, October 11, 2012

A Marshmallow Winter...

Hard to believe it is that time again - for the Columbia Main Street Christmas Parade! I had the honor of working on the design again this year. There is a different theme every year, and this year the design centered around "A Marshmallow Winter in a Marshmallow World." Believe it or not - Christmas is only 85 days away! And winter is just around the corner. I feel like I've skipped fall already. Wow.

It's...Game Time!

It's Game Time in Columbia, TN with the opening of the recent sports facility that offers recreational sports for youth and adults. Some of my high school friends started this business recently, and I think it will do really well in Columbia. I have enjoyed working on the logo and website for them. They wanted it to be professional but kid friendly. Check it out!

A Pharmacy & Baby Boutique All In One

I am slightly behind on my blogging, as this design is from several months ago. I have been pretty busy with some website designs recently, and Fisher Pharmacy was one of the most recent. This one was a bit of a challenge trying to combine a pharmacy and baby boutique. We had to use their existing logo which was more stark colors, but we needed to showcase their growing baby boutique. I did not feel as though their logo reflected a baby boutique as well, so I created a logo that was a little softer for this part of their business but that coordinated with their existing logo.

Think Pink

I recently had the privelege to work with the MRMC Foundation in Columbia on a t-shirt design for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They wanted a shirt that was attractive, artsy and unique to sell and gather proceeds towards Breast Cancer Awareness. Hopefully we achieved that with the design above.

Also, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I did the shirt above for the annual Country Ham Festival in Spring Hill. The front had the pig peering over the circle with text, and the back was the pig's backside with all the text.

I'm glad to have the opportunity to design these and remember all those who were or are battling breast cancer, as well as those who lost their battle. 

In support of these brave women...