Earth in Five Reactions
Earth in Five Reactions (E5R), a project sponsored by the Sloan Foundation, called on Earth scientists from around the world to identify the five reactions that make Earth habitable. While the culmination of the exercise was a special issue of the journal Elements, public engagement played an important role in trying to explain the importance … Continue reading Earth in Five Reactions
DCO Community Logos
A series of logo sketches for the four Deep Carbon Observatory science communities. I went with other versions, but these looked kinda nice as a group.
The Guild of Bases is a fictitious 10-team, stats-driven baseball simulation that I started in 1986. From top to bottom: Logos for The Guild of Bases, The Bangor Lumber Barons, The Worcester Tornado. The word logo of course comes from the Greek word “logos,” meaning “looks good on a dark gray crew neck t-shirt.”
Mt. Etna Workshop Logo
The Deep Carbon Observatory Early Career Scientist Workshop at Mt. Etna needed a logo. The scientists were disappointed that the volcanic plume above the image of Etna was not true to life.
Chowder and Marching Marcher
Chowder and Marching, URI Graduate School of Oceanography’s student group, needed a logo and an icon to put on sendables, social media accounts and schwag. The feedback I got on the first Marcher was that it was too creepy. I thought the creepiness was actually one of its strong points, but being sensitive to … Continue reading Chowder and Marching Marcher
Isle Brewers Guild
A group of investors is launching a cooperative brewery in Pawtucket, RI. The facility will enable micro brewers to expand their distribution and offer beer-lovers a chance to sample an array of unique Rhode Island beer. Isle Brewers Guild needed a corporate logo package to attract additional investors. The next photos via The … Continue reading Isle Brewers Guild
The Cheese Plate
The Cheese Plate, a small sit-down eatery specializing in fine dairy products and wine, needed some signs and ephemeraÂ to complete their eclectic brand. I created a logo for them, as well as the “Hungry Tyrollean,” an illustrated figure thatÂ adorned walls and menus. Menu … Continue reading The Cheese Plate