Graphic Design is a field I have wanted to get into ever since I was a teenager. My life and career choices may have taken a different path, but I still like to dabble in logo design whenever I have a chance.

My program of choice for graphic editing and design is Photoshop CS7. I prefer to use my own photos, free stock photos, free fonts and free photoshop brushes, but I will occasionally purchase them as well. Most of these amazing resources require nothing more than a link back to the original artist or photographer as credit.

Below, you will find logos, business cards and other types of design created using my own skills and any free or reasonably priced resources available on the world wide web.

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Smash Wear

The following logo and t-shirt designs, though never used, were created for Smash Wear (a division of Smash Marketing). Resources used were brushes from Obsidian Dawn and fonts from DaFont, Font Palace and Font Space. Commercial licenses for these resources would have been purcahsed had the designs been put to use.


Smash Marketing

A sample brochure design created for Smash Marketing using resources. Resources used were brushes from Obsidian Dawn, fonts from DaFont and both free and purchased stock images from Dreamstime. This design was created as a sample only and did not go to print so licenses were not necessary.


Bones & Flowers

A logo and business card design created for Tannin Schwartzstein of Bones & Flowers, an occult shop in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA and for her connected business, True Craft leatherwork. Resources used were images from VectorStock and ShutterStock.


Sorcery Convention 2004

Logo (wizard) design for an annual Pagan convention that took place in Stratford, Ontario. Design was on booklet, advertising and t-shirts. Hand drawn in ink.

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