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Zebulon Artisan Ales

Main Zebulon logo on a sticker; colors vary.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Zebulon bottles being filled.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Back of the IPA boxset.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Front of a boxset for a limited edition of assorted IPAs.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

lol. Self-explantory, I guess. This design is used on T-shirts and stickers.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Back of the stout boxset.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Evil... just pure evil... made for a trucker hat.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Front of a boxset for a limited edition of assorted stouts.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Main Zebulon logo on a T-Shirt; colors vary.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Flyer for a Zebulon sponsored Octoberfest event.

Zebulon Artisan Ales

Octoberfest rebrand that was printed on beer mugs.

Zebulon Artisan Ales
I've known Mike and Gabe for years. When they decided to embark on this zany adventure of starting their own brewery, they asked me to design and assemble Zebulon's brand. The first step was creating the logo and bottle design. After that it's been lots of stickers and T-shirts, hats, glassware, signage, websites, and everything between. This is an abbreviated ensemble...
zebulonbrewing.com

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Burnt Toast Racing.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Black Belt Karate.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Green Manalishi (with the two pronged crown).

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Colonies: Filtration.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Colonies: Memory Crystals.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Mister Sword.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Colonies: Planets.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Colonies: Mushrooms

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Is it a horse... or something?

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Inspired by godheadSilo; Upside down tree.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Uhm... Lousiana.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Main logo.

OxFite
Specializing in limited edition graphic T-shirts and stickers, OxFite offers weird, and sometimes twisted, designs that are unlike other similar brands. They also have a zine :)

HitPath

Sticker design, conference hand-outs.

HitPath

Company retreat T-shirt design.

HitPath

T-shirt swag/design for a Las Vegas marketing convention (ASW).

HitPath

Misc client-wide promotional illustration.

HitPath

Screenshot from a promotional stop motion animation.

HitPath

Inside fold for a promotional brochure.

HitPath

Inside spread for part of a sales booklet.

HitPath

Track My Pets Facebook header.

HitPath

ZenDash paphlet, front and back.

HitPath

Inside spread for part of a sales booklet.

HitPath
I worked as the lone front-end UI/UX guy for HitPath for almost six years until late 2021.
85% of my time was spent designing and developing the interface for HitPath's Affiliate Tracking software, which, sadly, I can't show you. You know, all that non-disclosure hullabaloo. The rest of the time was spent working on marketing materials, T-shirts, stickers, motion graphics and various subsidiary websites like ZenDash and Track My Pets, IT Tracks, OfferFeed, and Referify. What I'm showing here is merely but a drop.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Cabildo panel from Jazz Fest.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Poster for the Lincoln Center's series touting the Detroit music scene from way back...

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Lead panel from the Jazz Fest exhibit.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Panel from the Jazz Fest exhibit featuring Harold Battiste and Dr. John.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Intro wall at the Cabildo's "Unsung Heroes" exhibit.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

T-shirt design. Wish I still had mine...

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Baton Rouge panel at Jazz Fest.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

About the Stomp.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Website redign. I find it awesome that this thing is over 90% live-type, even though it does not look like it, and it's responsive... before that was even a thing.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

The grand overview wall at the Cabildo's "Unsung Heroes" exhibit.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Truth.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

New Orleans panel from the Jazz Fest exhibit.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Strangely enough, Shreveport purty much shaped Rock N Roll.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Overview of the Jazz Fest exhibit showing 8 of 16 panels. I saw Steve Martin that day, so that was rad...

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Promotional poster for Stomp #11.

OxFite Shirts and Stickers

Poster promoting the "garage" portion from Ponderosa Stomp 11.

Ponderosa Stomp
Man, where do I even start? I worked with the Ponderosa Stomp Foundation's annual concert series for over ten years. Throughout that time, I estimate that I created at least 2,000 assets ranging from websites, logos, posters, shirts, CDs, postcards, social media graphics, mini-documentaries, and my favorites: the "Unsung Heroes" museum exhibit at the Louisana State Museum's Cabildo, and the Jazz Fest exhibit.
ponderosastomp.com

Logo by Dan Haugh

The Nightstand Collective is an exploration of chronic illness through the intimate space of the bedroom nightstand. Not sure if this ever got used...

Logo by Dan Haugh

Logo for a blog featuring photographs of various meats abandoned on sidewalks and streets.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Collection of logos for various Stomp events.

Logo by Dan Haugh

The original/legacy Stomp logo.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Lighweight tracking software provided by HitPath.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Shopify plug-in for client/sales referrals.

Logo by Dan Haugh

D'arcy and Vicknair attorneys at law, New Orleans.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Service where you get 'points' when you pay bills through their site.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Subscribe to this affiliate 'feed' for some deals.

Logo by Dan Haugh

One of my Favorites... Instrument and equipment rentals for touring bands.

Logo by Dan Haugh

The Tonics are a kickball team with the KOCC leauge, New Orleans.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Logo for their second annual film series.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Hey! I have a logo, too!

Logo by Dan Haugh

Pet Tracking software.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Natural Mystic Craft Soda, North Carolina.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Faster Films, Los Angeles. Commissioned by THEE Matt Groening. Sorry for the name-drop.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Logo for their third, and sadly the last, film series.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Defunct online collection of photographs taken with old, old cameras.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Eloise Boutique's shop within a shop.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Ooooo, fluorescent!!

Logo by Dan Haugh

Boutique located in downtown Fargo, North Dakota.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Shopify icon for Referify.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Antique/2nd-hand/junk shop in Seattle.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Logo for their first film series.

Logo by Dan Haugh

Affiliate tracking software that groups campaigns by type and success (or lack of).

Assorted Logos
I love the opportunity to create a logo. I follow three golden rules when it comes to designing what I consider the most important brand element... The first is obvious: It needs to match the attitude and spirit of the company or product, and align itself with the perceived demographics of the customer or user. Second thing is creating multiple versions. Choices are good, and sometimes more than one logo is occasionally used. Lastly, I always design in black and white first. If a logo doesn't work on its own in b&W, it never will. Color can come later.