With over 10 years in the graphic design industry, Ebon finds he is most comfortable when designing logos. His style varies from project to project as he allows each one to determine the look and feel of the logo. Becoming a graphic designer was a logical progression for Ebon. He comes from a family of artists and spent much of his youth running around in print houses; climbing on huge presses like they were jungle gyms. He believes that was the start of his inspiration, which is now the foundation of his passion for design.
Mike has been designing logos for 25 years. You may have seen his work before because his corporate logo designs have been featured on Network TV, Cable TV, and in display ads, billboards, and publications around the world. Typefaces, brochures, catalogs, displays, buses and even people are all a part of Mike’s design portfolio.
Mike’s approach to logo design is SOLUTION DRIVEN. He claims no particular style; rather he lets the needs of the job dictate his approach. Mike believes that a logo should have universal appeal. He commonly runs sketches by his co-workers, mother and the superintendant of his building. Once he gets the same response from all of the groups, Mike knows he’s on the right track.
As a graphic designer for 9 years, Patricia does not design in a vacuum. Before finding her niche in the design world, Patricia gained inspiration from her work as a photographer as well as a writer for a number of years. Additionally, she grew up with an artist mother and furthermore has visited countless museums in Europe. All of these things and more have contributed to Patricia’s style, discipline, dedication and professionalism. Inherent in Patricia is also an artistic sensibility that serves her well in design, logos, illustrations, and in fact, all of her graphic design work.
Patricia’s most important, key ingredient: “I absolutely, inequivocally adore what I do. I don’t work, I play.”