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 …
Park City Realtor Logo
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.
I’m very honored to have designed this book jacket for Ashley Silver’s debut novel, Karabian Red. This novel falls under the fantasy genre which as a designer was exciting and challenging to design a book cover in the fantasy world. Please support this new, young author by coming to her book signing at Dolly’s Bookstore in Park City, Utah on December 6, 2022 starting at 3pm. Karabian Red is a trilogy, so stay tuned for more writing from Ashley and additional book jackets by Cosmic Design. Ashley’s book is available on Amazon.
Danielle Williams Design
Designing for another designer can be tricky. This project had more than it share of design ideas and in the end we landed with a simple and clean site which complements this designers beautiful aesthetics. If you are in the Boston, MA area and are looking for an interior designer checkout her site here. Happy designing!
National Hispanic Heritage Month
Honored to create these illustrations of Hispanic nurses who played an intricate role in opening the doors for others to achieve their dreams.
Rory Murphy Land Development
I was honored when developer Rory Murphy asked Cosmic Design to create a logo for his business, Rory Murphy Land Development. My vision was to create a logo that spoke to his clean aesthetics and spatial and environmental awareness. I look forward to collaborating again.
Dr. Doug Disraeli
Tasked with designing a book cover that depicts the struggles of building a thriving dental practice was a challenge in itself, but ultimately the simplicity of this cover allows the message to shine. If you are in dental school or interested in running your own business and enjoy humor along the way, grab yourself a copy at Amazon.
Authors, Covers and Books Oh My!
Over the last few months there has been a plethora of writers ready to put their baby out into the world and I’m so very grateful they have asked me to join them on their journey. Everything from memoirs to thrillers and war stories to self-help reads will be published around the new year. Stay tuned, as I will be sharing these authors and their books in the coming weeks and months to come.
Park Silly Sunday Market Tshirt Design
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!
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