Mojo Graphics was founded by Dan Roller in his garage in 2012. I work for him as a printer and designer. Throughout the life of the company there had never been a solid and consistent branding strategy in place until now.
Made from thick sharpie lines on textured paper, the logo resembles the heart of Mojo Graphics, from the humble beginning in a garage to its relaxed and accommodating approach to client and company relations the logo stands out from the competition.
Simple and Human.
This project was undertaken for a multi-week sermon series at Faith Chapel in Billings Montana. In that project, me and another designer were tasked with coming up with the face of the series that portrayed what it meant to be All In with your faith. Orange (Top Image) was the final pick for the series. Everything underneath it were a few of my stronger concepts. Map of Jerusalem (Second Top). Bible (Third Top). Arrow (Fourth Top). Falling (Third Bottom). Jump (Second Bottom). Sweat (Bottom).
Orange was picked for its gritty and adventurous undertones pulled from the grainy background and orange highlights. Most importantly, it stayed simple enough to cover the topic of the long, multi-week, sermon series.
This was a quick apparel design for Awakened, a section of Faith Chapel. It was never picked for their store but I fell in love with the colors and the simple flower vector.
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A friend of mine wanted some more designs for her season proposal to Aspinwall, an apparel company founded in Billings Montana. The design never made it to production but I found its simplicity a reflection of the work I love to create.
Sarah Legacy - Aspinwall
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Here are four logo concepts created for the Waterhole Saloon in Reed Point Montana. The business partnership eventually fell through but the logos stayed solid. The client asked for a logo resembling the architecture of the building (classic western saloon).
I was tasked with the illustration of Faith Chapel's first standalone advent calendar for Christmas of 2017. The direction is a mixture of a warm safe feel with a clean design forward look. This project took many proofs and time to get the right feel for the Chapel. It may not look it, but this project was very challenging and very rewarding once completed.
Faith Chapel founded a new Square One ministry for Chapel newcomers to engage with other newcomers. Here are the logo concepts and expanded shirt branding for Square one. The top logo concept was eventually picked for their initial branding.
I had lots of fun playing around with the geometry and typography of this logo. In addition to that I wanted to expand the feel of the ministry with a separate sub-mark logo for their t-shirts.