I thought this was a good article for the use of graphic design in building your brand.
J.S. Collard Design created the Diversion Duo, Composter and Recycler, to promote the GreenDrop Recycling Station for the International Association of Venue Managers Conference & Trade Show held in Phoenix last July. Pacific Cascade Corp. who also has the ParkingZone wanted the GreenDrop division to have a set of superheros of their own and be featured in its trade show booth, so the Duo was born.
J.S. Collard Design was hired to produce a logo for the new insurance service offered at iQ Credit Union. The image needed to be compatible with the current branding activities of the credit union while communicating a totally new and separate service. Working with Denis Marsh, president of the insurance division, J.S. Collard Design developed the new identity with a customized typeface to match the existing iQ, wider color pallet and descriptive tag.
Working with the head office of the Portland Trail Blazers/Rose Quarter Arena and Pacific Cascade Corporation, J.S. Collard Design created a new logo to promote the unique composting and recycling station that helped the Rose Quarter Arena reduce it’s landfill contributions by 80% in 2010. Pacific Cascade will be marketing the GreenDrop Recycling Station throughout the country to event venues, government agencies and businesses. Website and Tradeshoe booth to come.
To see more of J.S. Collard Design logo designs, visit our website.
New website design for Kevin Clancy’s new diggs, Salon Solo in uptown Vancouver, WA. J.S. Collard Design also worked with Kevin on the interior design and Scott produced a 7 ft. x 3 ft. original abstract painting complimenting the interior color scheme.
If you’re in his neighborhood, stop by and say hi. He does great hair!
Scott Collard is the featured artist showing at Erik Runyan Jewelers for the Vancouver Downtown Association Artwalk reception on February 4, 2011 and throughout the month of February.
This will be Scott’s first public art exhibition. In the past, he has limited his fine artwork and illustrations to commissioned pieces for clients.
Scott likes to work with intense color and blending it into either smooth transitions or harsh contrasts. His medium of choice are acrylics and works on either panel or canvas. He has a wide variety of subject matter in his portfolio, but personally gravitates towards landscapes and abstracts.
Come enjoy an evening with appetizers and wine in the Riverview Towers courtyard while viewing art and listening to Grace Harris playing music dedicated to all lovers.
FEBRUARY IS THE MONTH FOR ART LOVERS
Feb, 4th, 2011 • 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
900 Washington Street • Vancouver Washington
Designed to match the Interior of Salon Solo in Uptown Vancouver at 1908 Main Street.
To see other Illustrations & paintings visit my portfolio