Here are a few desktop wallpapers I made when I got my fourth computer. I figured I’d make them free to use for anyone who enjoys the numeral “4”. If you like and use them, please comment or drop me a line via the “email” link to the right of the page. Thanks! AdvertisementsRead More Desktop wallpapers
(I commented on a post by a friend on Facebook and felt a need to share – and expand upon – it here): Art isn’t about the artist. It is about how the piece affects the people who view it. If an artist doesn’t like another artist that is irrelevant to the work – and […]Read More On art, ego, and appropriation
MoMath has an upcoming games night (mostly board games with mathematical credibility) and needed a logo for web and other promotional materials. The pivot point on the Q was a play on the name of the event, with the playing piece balancing out the design.Read More Would you like to play a game?
Unfortunately, neither of these designs were picked by the client as he wished to go in more of a hand-drawn, Etsy-style direction (which was executed in a subsequent iteration). At any rate, I was fairly pleased with both concepts.Read More The key to your happiness, a door to your future: a real estate company re-brand.
I was recently hired to create a brand name, logo, and packaging for a brake pad manufacturer who wanted to start selling their product in the United States. Below I’ve included the logo concepts, final logo, and package design. As a side note (to explain a geometrical anomaly): the traditional octagon was replaced with a […]Read More Stop
Every week, the president of the National Museum of Mathematics creates two puzzles that appear in both The Wall Street Journal and the website varsity.momath.org. The task here was to create a logo for these puzzles for their title: Varsity Math. The number to the bottom right of the logo indicates which week the puzzles […]Read More Go (math) team, go!
The designs below were created for an exhibit at the National Museum of Mathematics called “Robot Swarm,” which explores the algorithms that describe the swarming behavior of animals such as birds and insect. A video and article appearing on The Verge regarding the exhibit appears here. These were concept designs for the logo. I’d originally […]Read More Swarms of Robots