An entire calendar's worth of social media graphics for this department, to maintain social engagement with students & alumni throughout the whole year.
Corporate identity for an automated hydroponics system you can control with an app. The concept of the leaf-shaped logo goes beyond just being leaf-shaped. The pentagon represents the enclosed space. The ticks within represent the plants growing on a column. Its pentagonal shape relates to the five-sided columns within the system.
Logo, stationary, and catalog folder for this Japanese museum. They showcase tin & celluloid toys that were mass-produced in Japan during the 1920s through the 1950s. A lot of the tin toys are robots, which is why I used robots in the logo. I made an "H" out of two robots playfully holding hands.
Was accepted & shown at the 2009 DSVC National Student Show.
Logo for a Moroccan restaurant. The concept for this logo relates to the history of the Island of Mogador in Morocco, after which this restaurant is named. It is a harbor protecting Essaouira, with what appears to be a long fort with many tunnels for boats to pass through. Two tunnels create an "M" for Mogador.
Logo for a Vietnamese restaurant. The concept for this logo is the Flower of Life pattern which is an ancient geometric pattern found in all major religions in the world, and is also found in Egyptian, Phoenician, Assyrian, Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, and medieval art. (Also called Fruit of Life and Seed of Life). The pattern emerges through the layering of circles within circles. I found an apple in the pattern.