Twenty-Six Acres Brewing Company (Concord, NC) wanted to update and freshen their logo without venturing away too far from what they already had. Securing a logo look that’s pleasing and works across social media platforms, printing and retail items was a must. We’re looking forward in seeing how Twenty-Six Acres Brewing gives it life…Cheers!

The new restaurant ownership of this Oak Island, NC, restaurant wanted something “fresh and exciting” as they were taking over a previously closed eatery. Using a sketched look for the anchor, this became, well, the anchor of the entire project. Add a few nautical items that juxtaposed themselves nicely with the logo text and we’re ready to dive in!

Martin Truex Jr. Motorsports wanted something new and different than what they’ve had since their NASCAR Sprint Cup racing inception. The “implied T” design was chosen and creates an “A-ha!” moment with Martin’s initials that utilize bold, accompanying text. The MTJ logo can be seen on all print collateral, website and collectible merchandise throughout the NASCAR racing season.

Based on a referral (love those!), Austin Hill and Kendall Sellers formed the Legends car alliance, AK Performance. They wanted “Simple but stylish” and really needed it to be read well from the stands. Simple, bold and leaning with speed, this logo is great for apparel, signage and web. If you see at the track, you’ll definitely will see it more than once…maybe even winner’s circle!

The Kannapolis History Associates logo displaying three types of history and how they are recorded: archived, written and photographed. The three colored squares represent our textile past, transitional present and biotechnology future.

This customer "left the door wide open" on concept. It helped in reflecting on the airbrush artists that were on the Boardwalk in Myrtle Beach, SC during vacation days growing up!

Rowan County || NC SWARM - A 14U Girl's Fastptch Softball team logo...

A brand new logo + complete branding overhaul for China Grove (NC) Middle School. The school's "CG" initials are cleverly hidden in the trident fork as an "ah-ha" moment down the road, for later discovery.

An existing South Carolina school wanted to expand their current school logo to include their instrument program. Keeping the logo intact, musical graphics were introduced to work with and alongside the current Daniel Island School logo.