CREATING BRANDS & TYPEFACES THAT ACTUALLY MEAN SOMETHING.*

* I know, I know. A lot of studios say stuff like this. But all their work looks the same. They water down your brand with their style or the latest trend, and you end up looking like the next brand and the one before that. That’s lazy, lame design. You don’t want that.

Farringdon Typeface

September 16, 2019

Blue Cypress Counseling & Wellness

June 10, 2019

36 Days of Type 2019

May 8, 2019

Cock of the Walk

November 2, 2018

36 Days of Type 2018

September 7, 2018

The 666 Project

October 27, 2017

Hard Work Works Fitness & Training

September 27, 2017

Music Makers

August 11, 2017

The Pre Madonnnas Sketch Comedy

July 21, 2017

The Sexperts Podcast

March 30, 2017

Sage Kitchen Restaurant

October 24, 2016

Symphonicity

July 25, 2015

Watermark Management

April 15, 2015

Animal Vision Center of Virginia

January 10, 2015

Belly Itcher Team Sport Supply

January 4, 2015

Stonewall Roman Typeface

August 7, 2013

Applewine Typeface

October 30, 2012

Thick Block Revival Typeface

August 6, 2012

Dorinda Gayle

November 25, 2009

Styrofoam Cup Lettering

November 10, 2009

Recent Thoughts on Design


Searching for Farringdon

| Typography, Uncategorized | No Comments
It’s not often an Internet search yields only a few or (gasp!) no results. The typeface Farringdon is one of those rare examples. I came across the character set in...

Branding Literal Vampire

| Branding, Typography | No Comments
This past summer, I was fortunate to be a part of an improv comedy house team at The Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, VA. Like improv comedy, these teams are...

Sauvignon : Typeface Revival Process

| Typography | No Comments
For the past year, I've been working on-and-off on a typeface revival. I initially stumbled across an old one-off typeface specimen in the depths of the internet, and couldn't shake...
house industries tracing paper pad

Lettering Workshop at House Industries

| Field Trip | No Comments
This past Friday (December 8), I attended a lettering workshop at House Industries with the master, Ken Barber. I laid rubber to about 500 miles of road, but it was...