My design work reflects my illustrative flavor, but branches into other styles as well. A logo especially needs to project a certain mood that might call for a less illustrative style. As any designer will say, when you know your limits for a project, you can clearly seize the opportunities they create. One of my favorite quotes about limits in creativity is from John Stewart in an interview on NPR’s Fresh Air. He says,
“I’m a real believer creativity comes from limits not freedom … When you have a structure, then you can improvise.”
I’ve selected some of my work posted below. If you want to see more, please visit Starlite Creative on Flickr.
Logo for Tsunami Bay, the wave pool at Magic Waters Waterpark (Cherry Valley, Illinois)
Logo for Adventure Quest, an Atwood Center summer day camp (Rockford, Illinois)
Logo for Atwood Center, the environmental education facility of the Rockford Park District
“S’more Fun” tee design for Camp Lone Oak (Rockford, Illinois)
Sign for The Lazy Lizard, a snack stand at Magic Waters Waterpark (Rockford, Illinois)
Logo for Walk Around The Block, an event of City of Gardens (Rockford, Illinois)
Logo for Ties & Tennies Together, a Rockford Park District Foundation fundraiser
Logo for Illinois Snow Sculpting Competition held in Rockford, Illinois
Logo for Summer Wood, an outdoor amplitheater at First Free Rockford (church)
Starlite Radio tees
22 Blackbirds CD jacket design (2008)
See more on Flickr.