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Safesport

Safesport was one of my first clients, long before I struck out on my own. I got to draw a LOT of camping gear and art direct catalog photoshoots, things like that. It was a different day back then, and a lot of fun to be a beginning designer! Click the illo below to see […]

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Paul’s Bake Shop

When you do this long enough, you find in looking back that there are projects you kind of scratch your head and say, “Did I do that? … Oh yeah!” This is one of those. Paul’s Bake Shop was a Boulder startup that needed a snappy logo and some tasty food elements for signage and […]

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VICTORY

A little bit of change of pace this time, as I pull away from client work and share a newly published comic book story, just out in Acme Comics. It’s based on a well-known baseball legend about Charles Victor Faust, a more-or-less madman who showed up at pre-game practice for the New York Giants in […]

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HealthMarket

Dave and Susan Weymouth — the perfect clients! Not only a blast to work with, but turned out to be great friends as well. Part of their consulting procedure for many of the dental clinics they worked with, was to produce a “Healthy Smiles” newsletter for their patients. And, being fans of the comics, Firesign […]

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Gail Harvey & Associates

Gail produced a lot of projects in the late 1990s for all kinds of clients. Occasionally they would include logo or illustration work, and here are some nice samples. Click on the little “Dave V” character to see some work I did with Gail!

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NEFE

The National Endowment for Financial Education had a really good idea– producing materials to educate folks in the basics of handling money. Their process was unique.  They would bring in three or four designers to come up with concepts (for which they were all paid), and the client would select the one they wanted. As […]

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