I was inspired in a fit of sleep deprivation, and took a crack at creating a logo for the Shellshock Bash vulnerability. If you like it, have fun with it. Released under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). Download Adobe Illustrator, EPS, SVG, and JPEG file archive here: Shellshock-Logo-1.0
Shellshock Logo JPEG
Shellshock Logo No Text JPEG
See? It’s like an old bomb! Made out of code stuff! That explodes all over your computer! 🙂
I have put together a promotional poster for the upcoming film Cleric. We wanted a soviet constructivist design aesthetic for the text, so instead of using a canned font I drew the CLERIC logotype custom for this project. Call it retro-futuristic avant garde soviet constructivism with a dose of unsettling lines to echo the film’s string-theory timeline warpage. Yeah, that doesn’t make any damn sense to me, either. The rest of the film will have even more references to the soviet-esque aesthetic subtly scattered throughout. I have plans for a few other posters in other styles, some leaning towards graphic novel, others towards illustrated propaganda poster. We’ll see how much time I can take to make them, being completely swamped in post-production hell right now. Visual effects take a loooong time to do right!
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A good friend of mine runs the Rochester Americans fan site letsgoamerks.com, and he asked if I could help out with a new logo. Here’s the old one:
And here’s the sample sheet for the new one:
We wanted something modern and clean, that didn’t directly use the Americans’ logo (not trying to step on copyrights here!), but still got the point across. A little bit of shiny and a clean design emphasizes the web-centric nature of his venture. The extra whitespace forced at the top will help with the site layout as well. The logo works well in full color, black + 1 spot color, and just black. The gradients will make it challenging to render on low-res output media, but for the intended use that’s ok.
My friends over at Terminal Design Studios, artists who create awesome stuff made from old found materials, needed a website. I created a whimsical design with art deco inspirations, and put it together with Frog CMS. This was a quickie, but it looks cool. They need to add more content!