We were tasked with designing a logo for the newly established Musca Press, an imprint of Culicidae Press. Since ‘musca’ means fly in Latin, our first move was to consider wings of flies that might be incorporated into the design (see samples below). The we worked on the typography, considering the fonts for the mother […]
An unsolicited job. Working on the keynote speaker posters for the ACS 9 Forum at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, I noticed the lack of a logo for the organizer, the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum. With a weekend coming up, and a little bit of time on my hand, I created the following logo […]
After reviving Culicidae Architectural Press, which had been folded into Culicidae Press a few years ago, we were asked to design a new logo that would reflect the brand’s updated image and rejuvenated approach to publishing books about architecture and the built environment.
We were tasked recently with the design for a non-profit book publishing house, Hog Press. After pondering the obvious (hogs!), it seemed to make more sense to go obliquely: hogs like nuts, have nuts. Ergo: a pair of hazel nuts. Here’s the final logo design. You can also check out the website at hogpress.com.