This is my gallery to showcase my Graphic Design skills. I mostly use Adobe Illustrator for my logos, and when working with pictures I use Photoshop.

I try and incorporate the Gestalt Design Principles as much as I can, and I mainly focus on Balance and Unity for most of my work.

Fly 513

The Fly 513 logo went through a number of variations before coming to its current incarnation. The design principles of Balance and Unity are at the forefront. I also pushed my minimalist Graphic Design style as much as I could to keep the logo clean.

The center circle is meant to be an interesting draw point

Townelink

The Townelink project was a big mobile app/website project that I put a lot of time and effort into with my friend Kenny Lykins. I worked on the logo, the color design, the web version of the app, and designed our tri-fold brochures.

The Townelink logo I co-designed
Townelink brochure outside
The outside of the Townelink trifold brochure I made.
Townelink trifold brochure inside
The inside of the Townelink trifold brochure I made.

The Townelink project is unfortunately on the back burner for myself and Kenny, but we are ready to fire it back up whenever the opportunity presents itself. Our bid with the local town of Norwood went down to the wire.

Cincy Sports Guy

Cincy Sports Guy is a now defunct sports blog I created back in 2016, and I created a set of logos for it. Each one represents a different sport as I split up the blog categories by Baseball, Football, and Basketball. My friend Matt Guillem gave an assist with coloring and tweaking the center balls of each logo.

The Baseball logo was the first one I created as Baseball is my favorite sport
The Basketball may be my favorite one as the line patterns turned out great
Fun Fact: CSG was my first real go at working with WordPress