She was turning 38 again.
Tri-Mesa Race Crew. “You suffer, we clap” …was the winner, against some stiff competition.
The idea here was to capture that “Neds” brand, which is red and black and white — …and flat, meaning two-dimensional… for a retro, down-home sub shop look. Thinking of updating them now. These screenshots will be outdated soon. So, for the record – here’s a website that’s soon to be updated.
This avocado-serrano salsa is a crowd-pleaser to be sure. It’s always a hit. And it’s easy to make.
This is an ad for the Mountain View Toros football program, showing the past and present Crandalls from one family.
We tried some ideas, And the winner is… (shown below) The final was chosen for its simplicity and class. It’s a strong logo for a financial investment (of sorts) firm. DISCLAIMER: This artwork (shown here) is still un-refined. That is, it still needs some finessing work with the spacing.
these were logo ideas ; the team chose the top one; and hence tshirts and tatoos ensued (really!). Three known tattoos, so far.
Remedy did the website for Tempe Marketplace until 2009 when they took it in-house. The following are examples of promos that ran on the site.
These designs were created on a laptop while driving across northern Arizona, returning from a training trip, a ride and run of the St. George Ironman course, in April 2010. The car was full with the tri-mesa (triathlon club) crew with ideas — mostly bad ones (haha) — These didn’t make the finals of course.