Creating Logos, Part 1 | Graphic Logos for Companies and Brands

When I’m not busy creating WSJ stipple hedcut portraits for people, I take on a lot of other interesting assignments. These include creating logos for companies and brands. Creating logos for my own business. To get started, though, I’ll share … Continue reading

Logos and Graphics at The WSJ

Here are some logos and graphics from my collection of non hedcut images that I produced while at my “day job” at The Wall Street Journal. I used to think it was really cool to have a salaried position with a … Continue reading

A Sundarbans Tiger Illustration

“The Sundarbans mangrove forest, one of the largest such forests in the world (140,000 ha), lies on the delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers on the Bay of Bengal. It is adjacent to the border of India’s Sundarbans … Continue reading

Creating a Logo

A few weeks ago, a client approached me requesting a logo design for his company. One of the project parameters was that the art should be suitable for embroidering on hats, shirts, what-have-you. Black and white line drawings work very … Continue reading

Logos | Yes, In Stipple Art Style!

Being a freelancer, I take on a variety of work, not just the Wall Street Journal hedcuts that I’m most often retained for. A recent case in point is a series of small logos I produced for Hines, a property … Continue reading