Archive for the ‘Logo Design’ Category

Doggie Tales

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Holly Lewittas & Barbara Hinske are both great writers, and MonkeyC clients. Both authors commissioned us with their book covers and WordPress theme design. Both authors also write about doggies, recounting the creatures mysterious adventures. I had such a great time working on these projects, it was a lot of fun composing the illustrations. I designed both book covers for the “Spunky Series” and the author site SpunkyMysteryBooks.com, and the cover and site for “Coming to Rosemont”, BarbaraHinske.com.

Holly Lewitas - The Nose Knows

Holly Lewitas - The Nose Sees All

 Barbara Hinske - Coming to Rosemont

Kurt Kamm’s New Book: Hazardous Material

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Author Kurt Kamm’s new book is coming out soon. A prolific author, Kurt writes firefighters mystery novels. His latest book “Hazardous Material” explores the world of a HazMat Specialist with Los Angeles County Fire Department, and his battles with pain killer addiction and motorcycle gangs. At MonkeyC (MonkeyCMedia.com), we designed the HazMat book cover, laid down the interior of the book, re-worked the website design, and created collateral printed material for the marketing campaign. Here are a few samples of the cover spread and site. Visit the author’s website KurtKamm.com, check out all his books, they are awesome! J Frizza

Hazardous Materials Kurt Kamm

Hazardous Materials Kurt Kamm

Hazardous Materials Kurt Kamm

Hazardous Materials Kurt Kamm Website

Hazardous Materials Kurt Kamm Website

Innovation, Double-issue Book!

Monday, October 15th, 2012

I had a lot of fun putting together the cover for “Bottom-Up & Top-Down Innovation,” a new book by local author Joseph Stein, (MonkeyCMedia client). This edition combines two books into one. The author presents ideas on how to create innovative environments and improve performance in companies. I composed the cover in Illustrator; the “arrows” frame holding both titles was easy to craft using the new shape-builder tool. J frizza

Innovation - J. Stein

Innovation - J. Stein

Innovation - J. Stein

Innovation - J. Stein

Helping Paws

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Work gets easier when everyone helps! J Frizza

Little Helpers

Five New Author Sites for MCM Clients

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

Happy New Year! 2011 was a busy one at Monkey C Media. Here are a few author WordPress sites I designed for MCM clients during the past year [Art Direction: Jeniffer Thompson]. Click on the links to visit the sites. Cheers! J Frizza

 

http://testarossabook.com/
Julie Dolcemaschio Testarrossa

 

http://alanshelton.com/
Alan Shelton Awakened Leadershi

 

http://babysignlanguage.net/
Monta Briant Baby Sign Language Basics

 

http://talesfromthefirehouse.com
Rebecca Joy Tales from the Firehouse

 

http://artistsandthieves.com/
Linda Schroeder Artists and Thieves

 

Short Stories by D.V. Glenn

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Another satisfied customer at Monkey C! “Short Stories by D.V. Glenn” is the latest blog customization I designed for L.A. author D.V. Glenn. The blog is a striking and hip platform to promote his new book “The Girl with Two Left Breasts.” The design was conceived to match Glenn’s unusual and innovative writing. The book is getting amazing reviews and praise. Check it out … www.dvglennstories.com
J Frizza

D.V.Glenn Short Stories

D.V.Glenn Short Stories

Ultimate Practice Builder

Sunday, December 13th, 2009

At Monkey C Media, we are giving the final touches to the Ultimate Practice Builder’s new blog. These past months I’ve been working on a new corporate identity for Dr. David Zahaluk’s website, book, and services. I designed the new Ultimate Practice Builder’s logo and the new flashy portal. The site is looking pretty sharp! J Frizza

Ultimate Practice Builder 1 Ultimate Practice Builder 2

Logo: Hubby to the Rescue

Sunday, September 27th, 2009

Need a handyman? My friend Markus and wife Genevieve are setting up a new company dedicated to help anyone in need of repairs around the house. They hired me to come up with the logo for such enterprise. In return for the art, Markus came and fixed the broken kitchen window… I love bartering!

Check out their website: HubbytotheRescue.com … and contact them if you need something done. Markus is the man for the  job!

hubbytotherescue

Logo: Aguara

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

“Aguara” is the name of the native Paraguayan red fox. Aguara is a word in Guarani, the native language of Paraguay, that literally means fox.  Aguara is also the name of my sister’s new venture, dedicated to promote and export native crafts from Paraguay, including pottery, textiles and such. She asked me to come up with a logo to suit the endeavor. And here it is! The playful logo is a cute memorable emblem, combining the concepts of the fox and the native pottery… What do you think? JF

Aguara