Portfolio Type: Logo

NOMA 100 Celebration Logo

For its centennial celebration the New Orleans museum of art held a show displaying 100 of the most important works in the museum’s collection.  This logo was created for the promotional campaign for the show, a hard-cover coffee table book, and to promote events held through out the year at the museum.

Experience the Victory – Grand Opening Mark

We created this mark for the 2009 “Experience the Victory” grand opening weekend of The National World War II Museum’s entertainment complex. This new building houses The Victory Theater, The Stage Door Canteen, and The American Sector restaurant.

Chuck’s Fish Logo

This creative simple solution was not right for the sophisticated style of Chuck’s Fish restaurant but we kept it as possible branding for a Kid’s menu.  This mark was honored with its selection and publication in LogoLounge Book 4.

Tales of the Cocktail Logo

Tales of the Cocktail is an annual festival held in New Orleans every July to celebrate the spirits industry and cocktail culture. The logo we designed for them is very versatile and has been used in many varied applications from button, signage and vehicle wraps. It needed to be flexible to change with the new themes that are done each year to keep the look of the festival fresh for its attendees, some who have been coming to the festival for over 10 years.

University of New Orleans Heartbeat of the City logo

The University of New Orleans needed a logo to use in a campaign which focused on the importance of the university to the city of New Orleans. Many locals attend college at UNO and then go on to become productive citizens of the city. The campaign acknowledged this connection and help spread the word of the university’s importance.


The National WWII Museum

After Congress designated the National D-Day Museum “America’s National World War II Museum” in 2003, we were given the task of creating the museum’s new identity.


WWOZ needed to freshen up their look for a big fundraising campaign to raise money for the self funded “volunteer powered” locally owned radio station which promotes the diverse music of New Orleans. The local population has shortened the name of the station by referring to it as O-Z. The logo emphasizes those letters in the call name to fall in line with local tradition. The logo was introduced in an ad and bus shelter campaign centered around the tag line “Guardians of the Groove.” In each ad a different high profile New Orleans musician is featured.

Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra Logo

After the events of Hurricane Katrina the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra was unsure if they would be able to continue performing for the citizens of the state. Enough of the musicians were able to band together to keep the orchestra going. They wanted to freshen up their logo and look to reflect the pride of being the oldest full-time musician-governed and collaboratively-operated orchestra in the United States while also paying tribute to the city of New Orleans and the state of Louisiana. The logo combines the forms of musical notes to form the adopted symbol of the state and city, the fleur de lis.