This year the topic was my father’s life in the 1940s and 1950s.
Some favorite months:
As usual, it was quite the production, but the hardest part was pulling the story together from scattered information and secondly, managing so many photos per page. However, the Supervisor was quite pleased.
My task was to create a logo and stationery for a world renowned pediatric dental surgeon (from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital) who was opening his own private practice.
Bouncing off his first name, Murray, and the business name, Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry, I proposed using the an M and adding some whimsy.
Front of Business Card
Back of Business Card
Dr. Dock took the concepts, embraced them and expanded upon them beyond my own imagination, designing his new office to support and reinforce his brand. It is such a thrill to see a client do this.
And what kid would not love a dentist like this? Colorful, basic shapes, bright arcade games, puppies, sports. So much fun. (For a 360 view of the office click here.)
Commissioned art work:
His branding welcomes his patients and families from the moment they enter the office.
Notice the toons on the walls and the circles on the chairs and floor.
Benches for the parents have backrests that are blue circles (and squares). Genius.
Matching art of dogs, kids and matching themes.
A youthful patient’s contribution is perfection.
Since this week was about typography, we were required to create a magazine layout consciously using type. I could not help it, it was such fun creating my calendar a few weeks prior, that I reached into the work I had done with the vintage children’s books and went from there. So if this looks familiar, it is because it is similar to one of my calendar pages and plays off the book “The House that Jack Built” from The Gutenburg Project (a site I have fallen in love with!) However, it was not a previously created homework piece! I want to be very clear on that!
For a full description of the project, feel free to click on the pdf link: