Portfolio Filter CategoriesAllLogosIllustrationPostersAdvertisingPackagingBooksBrochuresLetteringAnn. Rept.Web / Misc. Lost Isles Lost Isles Representing an online fantasy game, the logo employs custom calligraphy and watercolors in the sword. The game was 80% done when its creator had a baby. It remains 80% done. I can’t wait until that kid leaves for college. Women's Build House Women's Build House Habitat for Humanity did a great PR move in having a house built entirely by women. The shirt commemorating the house built by women was built by a man, but it can be our little secret. Flying Monkey Beadworks Flying Monkey Beadworks A seller and designer of original kits for making beaded jewelry. Delivery is by UPS and flying monkey. Swan Dive Swan Dive This was originally placed on a blue background. But putting it on black gives it a whole different feel. Holly Holly Originally used in black and white as part of a holiday greeting, I added color later. Just because. Baseball Batter Baseball Batter It’s rumored he’s dating the swan dive girl from earlier in the portfolio. It’s a forbidden love because he refuses to remove his cleats. Math Maniac Math Maniac This geeky guy was the brand for a math game. Look closely, and you’ll find every number base ten has to offer. Heartwise Heartwise Heartwise is a cardiology clinic in California that promotes diet and exercise toward their goal of longevity, represented by the continuous path of the Celtic knot. Jason Ball, Photographer Jason Ball, Photographer Jason’s work runs a gamut of nature, adventure and fashion photography. It made sense to focus on his initials and make them into an architectural statement. PhotoKinetics PhotoKinetics This company makes lenses that filter a form of light that regulates our circadian rhythms, allowing shift workers to be better rested. Education to Career Education to Career This is about converting education into a job. With the outrageous cost of textbooks, I’m all in favor of them converting into briefcases. ThighGlider ThighGlider Two of the six steps toward setting up a ThighGlider. The goal was to make the pictures so clear that written instructions were redundant, so even an illiterate weasel could assemble it and have stronger, less-flabby thighs.