Something must be in the air lately or maybe we are looking for an escape. In this latest journey of book cover designs, I’m once again finding myself designing in the realm of fantasy, which is thrilling and challenging. I’m making great process on this cover design and looking forward to sharing the final design sometime this fall! Stay curious …
A client of mine, from close to a decade ago, has invited me back to redesign their logo. As the business grew and evolved it became clear that it was time to rebrand. Thrilled on be on this journey again and looking forward to seeing it come to life. Stay tuned…
Carrying on the visual story from the book, Brides of 1941, I had the pleasure of designing the 2nd book in this trilogy series, Six Weeks for Boat Mail. My main objective was to capture the delicate balance of waiting (and I mean waiting) for a letter from a loved one overseas, during a war torn time in U.S. history. Congrats Bonnie for telling your family story, it was an honor to be part of this journey! Stay tuned for book three. You can purchase book one and book two on Amazon today.
Another great project designing new t-shirts for Park Silly Sunday Market You’ll have to visit Park Silly Sunday Market on Historic Main Street in Park City to see which designs made the cut!
Cosmic Design has been asked to create a few new t-shirts designs for this upcoming summer season. I can’t wait to show you the final selection. Get ready for the silliness on Historic Main Street in Park City, Utah. Click here to learn more about Park Silly Sunday Market starting June 5, 2022.
I am grateful to have met and worked with accomplished golf journalist and author, Joel Zuckerman. He came to me over a year ago with a vision to compile his 180 letters of gratitude into a book called, Grateful. This project was over a year long and the timing is impeccable. We should all take a page from his book, Grateful, and find the time to express our appreciation for others. I’m honored to have a spread in Grateful and thank you Joel for allowing me to be part of this creative journey!
A fun logo project working with Dave Wickersham on his new home repair business, Blue Badger. Dave was looking for an illustrated badger with a nod to his Wisconsin roots and his service in the Navy (thank you Dave!)
Blessed to be designing a book jacket for songwriter Bill Tate. He has spent decades writing songs across many genres and in many influential places like Nashville and LA. Bill’s book, Songwriting Stories, The Inspiration Behind the Lyrics, will be available on Amazon soon.
So thrilled for one of my favorite people, Stacy Dymalski! Her book “The Memoir Midwife: Nine Steps to Self-Publishing Your Book (Second Edition)” won the 2020 New York City Big Book Award in writing and publishing. Stacy is so talented, so if you are in need of guidance for your next book make sure you reach out to her.
I have enjoyed designing many projects with Stacy over the years and this book jacket was no different. I’m so grateful to be a part of her journey!
Today brings forth feelings of gratitude, empathy and sheer joy. Thrilled to have been selected to design the book jacket for Dr. Scott Kellermann’s book, “The Healing Tree”. This impactful project is geared toward shedding light on the lives of the Batwa Pygmies of Uganda, Africa. I am honored to be on this journey with the Kellerman Foundation. Stay tuned for the reveal. To learn more about The Kellerman Foundation and how you can get involved or donate, click here.