This one's on the house, Indiana.
This is a mockup of a sticker I designed for Dr. Squatch Soap Co. I can't take credit for the logo - that is the work of Mr. Todd Morin. But, I will take credit for picking out the type face that complements the logo, oh so well. The cursive text is on the transparent portion of the sticker, which helps give the illusion that it was written on the applied surface. Anyways, their soap is quite nice. I highly recommend checking it out.
"Fersher" was the name of a company I tried to start back in 2012. The result of the company was, well far from groundbreaking. But, I did give me some good insight moving forward and as you can see here I had some fun with it anyways.
This is a email signature that I created to use as a personal branding element. It is designed to appear tattered and nostalgic, like something you might find on a package from the early 1900's.
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By Mike Guggenheim, For
Crossroads Realty Advistors
If you look closely, you can see the slight "gradient overlay" across the logo. This feature adds dimension and creates the elusion of a glare.
I had a good time putting this one together for my 'ol pops and his long time friend Dr. Sando. None the less, I attend the party and had a grand old time dressing up like a greaser.