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FIREMOM, by Beckamy Grace. (Huntsbro) A moody teen has to learn to deal with her eccentric mother, who is made of flames.
THE OYSTERMENS, by Solomon Bonobo-Bonobo. (Coif) The Trafingham clan – patriarch Eustace, loyal son Junip, and lecherous grandkid Bunter – attempts to navigate the rocky waters of the 1960s Rhode Island oyster trade.
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I probably should’ve posted this months ago, but it’s Pride today, so this is probably as good a time as ever. I was asked last year by some friends at Columbia Medical School to design a logo for a clinic they started to serve New York City’s LGBTQI homeless youth. It’s a great new organization that fills a real need by providing much-needed free medical care to an underserved population, and I was glad to donate my time to do the logo.
Here’s the full spread for the final logo, from full-color to grayscale to single color:
A few of the later-stage logo development options I put together:
And a shot of Q-Clinic’s very successful table at NYC Pridefest today:
You can find out more about Q-Clinic and the work they do here. Happy Pride, everyone!