While I am not super excited about the company name, Squatch Design Co. is a company I helped found as a division of Sinasoid. I created this design after wrestling with other employees about what the name and brand should espouse. We decided on a pine theme to match our hardwood artisan guitar accessories, and to honor our Pacific Northwest roots.
I created this design while at Sinasoid to represent a coalition of boutique guitar builders who would be willing to jump at a moment’s notice to raise money for disaster recovery. We raised thousands of dollars to support the communities in Florida and Texas after their recent hurricanes by quickly creating raffles with dozens of the most influential guitar brands, and by creating special fundraising products whose proceeds would all go toward relief. It’s one of the things I’m most proud of, professionally.
I was asked by my talented friends in Seattle a cappella band SeaNote to design a quick logo for their upcoming release. The band celebrated their EP Vocal Static at the Q Cafe in Ballard in the Summer of 2014, and featured the logo prominently in both the album artwork and in new band merch.
I had the honor and privilege of working with CLEDoS to design a new corporate logo. The Hong Kong-based multinational research giant contracted a logo both for the parent company, as well as for airLED, a secret product soon to revolutionize its market.
Husky Packs was a self-sustaining, student run homeless care package organization helping those in need in the U-District while allowing students to get directly involved with charitable giving. Read more about Husky Packs on the associated page.
For the holiday season, One Day’s Wages had me put together a holiday giving guide complete with a festive holiday logo. This was a great opportunity as a young intern, with plenty of visibility working with the then fledgling nonprofit startup.