Brandmark for a French language learning club.
Mark for a neighborhood historic district.
Their connection implies Condrey’s deep connection to her work and the life that happens in between. The blossoming chestnuts, representative of the variety that grow upon the banks of the river of her hometown, give a nod to her roots in the area, the importance of history and story in her life and work, and the life that she captures in her writing and photography.
Brand identity for the Covington Public Art Fund, a non-profit that promotes art as a celebration of local culture.
Since the word After references time, the concept of the hourglass shape of the mark developed naturally from there. The modern representation of the analogue hourglass not only expressed time and function, but also mimicked the rollers on the press, with the cross bars imply movement as paper meets ink and design meets implementation.
Brandmark for a Brooklyn, NY wedding film maker.