AFFIRMATION ARTS. An arts foundation and gallery in Chelsea needed a logo and identity system. We designed this logo in a classically beautiful serif font, while still retaining a unique and creative feel. Check out the identity system we created for Affirmation Arts here.


CORKBUZZ. Lush, refined typography is the hallmark of the logo for a wine bar in the Flatiron District. Brand colors are earthy and sensual, yet modern.


POSTCARD INN. The logo for this eclectic hotel in St. Pete Beach, Florida is modern with a retro touch provided by subtle elements of vintage postmarks. Check out the identity system we created for Postcard Inn here.


ATLANTIC GRILL. A seafood restaurant needed a new logo in anticipation of the opening of two additional locations. A sophistated palette combining deep rust red with shades of gray, combined with updated typography elevates and refreshes the restaurant’s brand. Check out the identity system we created for Atlantic Grill here.


S&L MARX FOUNDATION. It’s all about typography and the subtle use of color in this modern yet classic family foundation logo. Check out the suite of stationery we designed for S&L Marx here.


BILL’S BAR & BURGER. We designed the Logo and accompanying icons for this popular burger joint with several outposts. Check out the identity system we created for Bill’s Bar & Burger here.


SAMMY D’S. A classic “East Coast Diner” in Harrah’s Atlantic City needed a logo that reflected the irreverent personality of the chef. Check out the identity system we created for Sammy D’s here.


GRADE A SAFETY. A food safety expert needed a logo for her business. The laurels connote high ratings, as well as a subtle reference to her name, Laurel.


675 BAR. This popular subterranean bar in the Meatpacking District has an intentionally low-key presence. The logo has a hand-lettered feel, and the distressed texture evokes the exposed brick walls inside. Two layouts of the logo offer variations while maintaining the integrity of the brand. Check out the identity system we created for 675 Bar here.


THE LITTLE ALMOND. The image of a child reaching up to grasp an almond from a tree was the vision of the company’s founder. We hand-drew and later digitized the final sketch, and searched for complementary typography for this unique logo.


JEBEJIAN PHOTOGRAPHY. A photographer’s logo, in classic black and gray.


KIBO JAPANESE GRILL. This logo for a sleek, modern sushi restaurant is rendered in a deep metallic silver, with accents of red.


CIEL BLU. A jewelry company requested a logo that reflected their style: quirky yet refined designs in precious metals and stones. Vintage handwriting script reflected the brand personality perfectly.


NEW YORKERS FOR SAFE TRANSIT. An offshoot of the non-profit group Right Rides requested a logo for their transit safety program. The circular logo evokes subway tokens and the iconic circular subway lines. The “happy train” connotes safety.