Branding Case Studies
Identity system that focuses on elements of both the past and future of the animation society.
The mark mimics paper fanned out and moving forward. To represent ideas that animation has made many advancements due to technology, however paper is still the key element for any animator today.
This project began as a logo that evolved into a brochure, press kit, and promotional items.
Chap Care provides children and adults within a low income bracket living within the surrounding Pasadena community with, quality, comprehensive, and affordable healthcare through out their lives, because Chap believes that healthy communities make strong communities.
The logo is a simple and uncomplicated. The idea of the leaf is to emphasis growth, and vitality. The idea of sectioning the leaf is to highlight the three aspects of health services provided by Chap Care, which are medical, behavioral, and dental. This allows the logo to inform the viewer subtly of the great services provided by Chap Care, as well as serve as memorable icon.
Identity system for Moraga Vineyards, based in the hills of Bel Air. Inspiration for the mark was drawn from the Art Nouveau art movement.
A packaging design and re-brand for one of history’s
oldest puzzle game with more than 7000 applications.
Starting out as a branded promotional campaign for the Natural History Museum, I took the initiative to go beyond and develop a black-tie gala to raise awareness on one of their annual exhibits. In correlation with the Butterfly Pavilion exhibit, the Butterfly Concerto is a night were the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra performs spectacular tunes that reflect the life a beautiful fluttering creature.
Corporate Identity for The Lab Design Agency.
Branding for a traditional hotspring based in the heart of Beitou Taiwan.
Identity system and collateral created for the Thai Culture Center of Los Angeles.
Identity inspiration drawn from the shape of traditional Thai script.