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The
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Minimalist Monsters
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A logo I made for The GoGo Show, an awesome lady-run comedy showcase in Chicago. Check it out!

A logo I made for The GoGo Show, an awesome lady-run comedy showcase in Chicago. Check it out!

The probably-final Lincoln Loft logo. I like it. It’s simple, easy to read when small, and evokes a spotlight without being too obvious, in my opinion. Also works in two-tones, which is nice because I think someone is making us a carving of it.

The probably-final Lincoln Loft logo. I like it. It’s simple, easy to read when small, and evokes a spotlight without being too obvious, in my opinion. Also works in two-tones, which is nice because I think someone is making us a carving of it.

Logo idea for the Lincoln Loft. I like the concept, but it’s a bit cluttered and a little too reminiscent of the logo for a company I used to work for. No one wants to feel like they’re at work when they’re at home.

Logo idea for the Lincoln Loft. I like the concept, but it’s a bit cluttered and a little too reminiscent of the logo for a company I used to work for. No one wants to feel like they’re at work when they’re at home.

Logo design for High Tension Productions. For whatever reason, I’ve always been fascinated with power lines.

Logo design for High Tension Productions. For whatever reason, I’ve always been fascinated with power lines.

This may be my favorite thing anyone has said about my childhood neighborhood. Probably because most people say “I’ve never heard of it.”

This may be my favorite thing anyone has said about my childhood neighborhood. Probably because most people say “I’ve never heard of it.”

(Source: slightlyinsultingchicagoposters)

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Here’s a video I made wherein I try to calculate how many people are being broken up with every day. It’s part of an anthology project on short films about breakups. Check it out and submit your own at OneMillionBreakups.com!

The final version of the poster. Check out Real Heavy Hullabaloo! The final version of the film just premiered at a festival in LA, and is now heading around the short film circuit. Spencer Vickers is an awesome dude.

The final version of the poster. Check out Real Heavy Hullabaloo! The final version of the film just premiered at a festival in LA, and is now heading around the short film circuit. Spencer Vickers is an awesome dude.

An ultra-minimalist version of the final poster.

An ultra-minimalist version of the final poster.

The first mockup of the Real Heavy Hullabaloo poster. I love the design, but we couldn’t get permission to use the image (by Britta Zimmer). The image also isn’t quite high res enough to be printed at full size.

The first mockup of the Real Heavy Hullabaloo poster. I love the design, but we couldn’t get permission to use the image (by Britta Zimmer). The image also isn’t quite high res enough to be printed at full size.

These are some logo designs I came up with for the Lincoln Loft, a theater space on Lincoln avenue in Chicago. The final design is going to be quite different (sans the president, I’m afraid), but I was happy with how these turned out.

These are some logo designs I came up with for the Lincoln Loft, a theater space on Lincoln avenue in Chicago. The final design is going to be quite different (sans the president, I’m afraid), but I was happy with how these turned out.