I am not sure what the differences are between comets and asteroids. Frankly, I’m too lazy to google it. Nonetheless, here are some doodles.
The latter, is based on a Typography class project from my CCAD days.
I found some more typography doodles. These were done while sitting through a Sociology class, Senior year.
At my previous job we were sitting around, considering changing our department title to Creative Services and tossed around the idea of designing a logo to represent ourselves. This is what we decided upon.
This is my most recent driving disc. It is a Nuke and S curves like a MFer. I love this disc and wanted to personalize it.
At work we recently divided the Development Room into 3 teams. We then decided to come up with team names for each group. Our team decided call ourselves “The Junkyard Cats”. This is a quick pen sketch for a logo idea I had for our team.
As you may have seen, I incorporate a lot of typography into my work. When I doodle, it isn’t always cutesy characters, often times it is bits and phrases that come to mind. Here are 2 examples.
By the way, you don’t realize how awkward the word awkward is until you actually write it out.
We were presented with a swatchbook project, senior year of Ad and Graph at CCAD. The outline was to take an existing swatchbook created by a paper producer and redesign it into your own version. This is my outcome.
I designed the layout, printed the pieces, assembled them, and proceeded to replicate glossy additions using Mod Podge. Accompanying the piece, I created 4 postcards. These postcards served as design examples of how the paper line can be utilized.