Commission done for To Do List Adventures, a productivity game. My client requested that the design showcase the core facets of the project; getting things done, three choices, and sci-fi. I was later asled to modify the logo's colors and a few minor shapes.
Commission done for Chaidea, a premixed chai business. Here I combined cup/saucer imagery, alongside a lotus leaf, which was an element they had requested. For the logotype I chose something that felt both down to earth, and dreamlike to match the color palette. I also highlighted the 'i' to emphasize the name's pun.
I've long used a pixel art clock in a pool of water as my online avatar— as on most sites I typically go by the name of "Timepool." However, detailed pixel art doesn't look great as a logo— such as at the top of this site. So, I set out to create a personal logo that kept the spirit of the Timepool design in mind, with a monogram of my first and last initials.
The Tanking League
A commissioned logo for The Tanking League— an animated story set in a post-apocalyptic world run by AI tanks. For this, I made a typographic logo that turns the title into a tank.
Anvillite Streamers Corps
Done for a community project, alongside a CSS theme. The ASC is a coalition of livestreamers who are involved in the World Anvil writing community. This logo combines that connection (via the anvil) and livestreaming (the microphone). The latter ties into the CSS theme of the ASC page, which is fashioned after a 1930s radio.
A commissioned logo for Flowroom. My client had previously had someone else create a logo for them as a favor, and needed something that better fit their brand.
I was commissioned to create a logo for the Vazdimet narrative setting. My client asked me to portray a hopeful sort of feeling, and to keep it in line with an earlier logo I had done for them.
-June 2020, redone February 2021-
Done for My Heliox Stardust narrative setting. A typographic logo done in a sci-fi style. I reworked the logo almost a year later after realizing how horrid the original was. For comparison, the old logo can be seen at the bottom here.
Done for my APRA project. I wanted to encapsulate the lighthearted nature of the project, alongside evoking a certain era.
The Whirl Bill
Done for the launch of my collaborative worldbuilding zine, The Whirl Bill.