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Now here was a fun logo to design and create! The best part was that it was for my brother’s company Clay Mountain! Jevenn has had this business name for several years and we have talked about developing a logo for quite a while…so we finally made it happen. Thus the creative process of finding  [ Read More ]

What does CleanEarth Ventures Canada (CEVC) provide as a service and what symbol expresses this service provided?  This question has been turning around in my brain since I worked on the CEVC Website… Unlike any other logo project I have had the opportunity of working on, this one started off with quite an interesting spin.   [ Read More ]

Gourmet Ice Cream…now doesn’t that sound AMAZING! First, I want to say that James Staddon with Lenspiration did an outstanding job of upgrading Dutch Monarch’s logo! I had the privilege of taking the new logo and creating a fully vectored logo design.  Normally my  vectoring jobs are quite the challenge because I am working with  [ Read More ]

Integrity Tool Company’s logo was a super fun project as it presented me with some new challenges that made it a fun design job to conquer…

Following this crazy cool idea came the reality that I had to somehow design and vector this logo…and vectoring shades and shadows is not a walk in the park!

CASN Logo

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When I was approached about vectoring the Central Alberta Science Network logo I was excited and thought…

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    Crina & Zack

    Kerzdenn, the entire family appreciated your fun directions and good way to communicate what we needed to do to get the best shots. It was altogether fun and not an ordeal to get everybody together for great photos that will make great memories. I love our portraits and will always remember fondly the moments when they were taken. Thank you for being with us on our special day and for making it memorable!

    Crina & Zack

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