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<strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>WDFM business cards</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>Some visitors are not necessarily aware of Walt Disney as a man and not just a brand. The concept for all branding was to show photos of Walt to humanize him and connect with visitors. Mickey Mouse was chosen to be included with Walt, as Mickey was the iconic catalyst that started the success of Walt's career.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>WDFM letterhead/envelope</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>Two photos from the business cards are repeated on the letterhead and envelope to reinforce the branding.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>WDFM letterhead/envelope</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>Two photos from the business cards are repeated on the letterhead and envelope to reinforce the branding.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Happy Walt Day</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>This logotype was created for an annual free entry day to the museum in celebration of Walt's birthday. Capital consonants and lowercase vowels were mixed to create a playful, yet bold logotype. Walt and Mickey are the main focal point to reinforce the branding. The red and yellow color palette echoes Mickey’s short pants.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>wd.fm logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>This logo was designed for the museum’s podcast. The lower case initials and the floating period are a play on the WDFM initials with the addition of the period to separate the FM as a nod to radio waves; the visitor can experience an aural journey through the museum on their iPods or phones. The overlapping triangles mimic the universal play button for digital or aural media.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>AYN logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>Animate Your Night is the museum's bi-monthly evening party featuring themes that relate to the all things Disney; themed music, food, drink, and programming are presented to appeal to all ages 18 and up. As circles are a foundation form in animation, this logo incorporated concentric circles that are offset creating a pulsating moon shaped crescent.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Mary Blair Exhibition Logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>This is a proposed logo for a future exhibition featuring the art of Mary Blair; her iconic art is graphic, joyful, playful yet sophisticated. This logo incorporates two forms that occur in some of her art with her name reversed out in a font reminiscent of the era when she worked for the Disney company. The color palette is based on her artwork.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>The Walt Disney<br />Family Museum</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Mary Blair Exhibition Logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>This is a second proposed logo for the same exhibition.</em></div> <strong style='color:black;font-style:normal;'>Marin Theatre Company</strong><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>The logomark for Marin Theatre Company references classic typography from theater playbills in the 1800's. The ticket shape pays homage to the ticket stubs used in the past eras, re-enforcing the idea of theater. Slightly rough hewn edges mimic the silkscreened feel from the classic playbills and at the same time emulates a craftperson's handiwork, giving the logomark more of an individual and creative persona.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Marin Theatre Company</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Marin Young Playwrights Festival</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>Created for an annual competition to nuture high school students' playwrighting skills. The concept utilized repeating pen nibs that created a blossom representing growth.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Marin Theatre Company</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>School Tour 2010<br />Animal vs. Animal Logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>>This school tour was commissioned by MTC and written by MTC's Playwright in Residence, Steve Yockey. Aimed at k-5 children, this play explored Aesop's Fables while teaching acceptable behavior for children.</em></div> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Marin Theatre Company</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Summer Camp<br />Into the Woods Logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>A children's Summer Camp musical production featured many of fairy tales' favorite characters crossing over into one play.</em> <strong style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Marin Theatre Company</strong><br /><span style='color:black; font-style:normal;'>Summer Camp<br />The Stinky Cheese Man Logo</span><div style='margin-top:.5em;'><em>A children's Summer Camp musical production based on the book of the same name.</em></div>
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