BlackStone Studio Blog
I blog about my design work, share tips & personal experiences!
What treat do you reward yourself with when doing something challenging?
I recently designed this new logo for Camerata San Antonio.
Get your bunny ears ready and finish painting those cascarones!
Are you waiting for a sign? Well, here’s one!
Here is a quick checklist of things you should check to prep your files for print.
Here’s a logo I created for the CCHS Sporting Clays Classic, which will be held in a few weeks.
For the past few months, I’ve been working hard to create a Tips & Tutorials section on my website.
VECCS hires me annually to help design multiple pieces for their events.
I’m not usually a morning person, but we recently got a new puppy, so I have no choice but to wake up at first bark!
I’ve designed a few logos that were not meant for commercial use, like this one for T-Bone Woodworks.
Our clients’ input is the most valuable tool in the design process.
It’s great when businesses have their paperwork looking great and easy for people to use.
When it comes to my business, I always know how to cook up a successful project.
Have you ever thought about tweaking your logo in order to separately identify a part of your business?
Let me share with you what type of file formats I provide my clients when I design their logo.