I haven’t had much time to blog lately. September was about the craziest month I can remember, personally and professionally. But now that September is over (and okay, most of October, too), I’m ready to get back into posting regularly.
One of my recent projects has been the rebranding of Rolling Readers of the Midlands. Rolling Readers is a not-for-profit in Columbia, SC that sends volunteers into schools to read to children. And at the end of the year, the participating students get books of their own. It’s amazing to think that many low-income kids don’t have any books at home.
I’m working on a range of materials, but it all starts with a new logo. The main color is red, but my intent is to use the logo in a whole range of colors.
The “Rolling Readers” lettering was created with House Industries outstanding Photolettering.com service (specifically, Copeland Milo script).
We had a barbeque fundraiser a few weekends ago, B is for BBQ. The fundraiser had its own range of materials - logo, poster, t-shirts, and tickets. The lettering in the logo is also from Photolettering.com. (The poster is now in my projects section.)