Good tips from the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon and SW Washington, an excellent organization that I’m still working with them on a volunteer basis. Six down, four to go!
Continuing the theme of vector line art against black. What I love about the orb as an article of royal regalia is the inherent minimalism. The top two quadrants represented Europe and Asia respectively, with the bottom half representing Africa– the only known continents at the time, with a cross naturally placed atop the whole business. I’m exceptionally proud of how this one turned out, both in terms of technique and atmosphere.
Much as I love it, I decided to take a break from wrangling scanned lineart in Photoshop, and instead to experiment with a very popular style of vector illustration that I’ve been wanting to try for a while. The results? So clean! So mathematical and precise! And a message we can at least aspire to.
Who doesn’t love angels? More social media collateral, in this case featuring a typical Alzheimer’s Association volunteer . . .
As some of you may know, I have ongoing volunteer engagement with our local (Portland) chapter of the Alzheimers Association. My first project so far; promotional illustrations for social media.
Logo practice: variations of my current dolphin logo, just for the heck of it. Bottom left is inspired by German police badges, bottom right by mid-century corporate logo design. Although I probably won’t use these particular ones, I’m planning on redesigning parts of my brand using the four-color palette shown.