Wednesday, March 31

(Repartee Gallery) Liz Lemon Swindle

Last summer, while job hunting I applied and interviewed for a position as a graphic designer with Repartee Gallery. Part of the process was to create calender pages using paintings from Liz Lemon Swindle.

Saturday, March 27


I recently worked with Jon Hanks to bring his calendar into fruition. He contacted me through my ad on

Here is a list on cars (owners) included in the calendar:
1923 Aluminum Roadster (Brian Evans)
1923 Model T Truck (Rustin Gough)
1928 Essex Coupe (Chris Jensen)
1929 Model A Tub (Chris Kiernan)
1930 Model A Coupe (Mayor Chad Bangerter)
1930 Model A Coupe (Brandon Moulton)
1931 Model A Coupe (Mikey Lyhnakis)
1936 Chevrolet Truck (Nick LeBlanc)
1938 GMC Truck (Dave Evans)
1943 Chevrolet Truck (Jon Hanks)
1947 International Truck (Lloyd Thorton)
1949 Hudson Hornet (Lloyd Thorton)

They will be selling the calendar through car show and their website: (...coming soon)

Stay tuned for the 2011 Calendar.

Friday, March 26 2.0 coming soon...

 I am currently working on a complete overhaul of the Lennon Design website.

I've been getting new web skills at school and i will be showing them of here shortly....

Stay tuned...

Friday, March 5

(Brand) Johnny Cupcakes

In researching for one of my recent clients (Cheat Day), I found a cupcake company called: Johnny Cupcakes. They have 3 stores, but there logo is nearly everywhere and from the look of their online store, they have merchandised onto everything. Amazing!!!

Other sites I found during my research:

Wednesday, March 3

New Client! Comments

Cheat Day:
Tina gushes about Lennon Design on her family blog...

Cooper Eye Care:
Jared provided this comment to post on our website...

"Previously, I paid a well known online company claiming to be “the premium logo design company” to aid me with my company’s identity. My instructions were very specific about what I wanted for the logo, I even provided a sample the I mirrored what I wanted for the design. In return, they provided 6 designs done by different artists. At that point, I was told I had unlimited revisions. The problem was, none of the designs even slightly resembled my instructions or sample. A true novice could have designed the logos they provided. During the unlimited revisions, they continuously ignored every suggestion I provided. In fact, many times they went the complete opposite direction. About a month later, I decided to cut my losses and find someone who could do the job right. That person was Dylan Mazziotti.

I had the fortunate privilege in retaining Dylan Mazziotti to design a logo for my eye care practice. He was great. He looked at my example, read my directions, asked questions and got to work. A day later, I received the first draft. Dylan captured exactly what I wanted him to do.

Being a bit of a perfectionist, I asked for several revisions, even though the logo was already nearly perfect. Dylan was very kind and professional. He continued to work on the logo until it felt just right. In todays’s economy it is important to set yourself apart from the competition. Dylan’s graphic design skills are exactly what you need to make your logo designs, website, etc... exemplify the professionalism you have worked so hard to gain."

Monday, March 1

New Clients & Updates!!!


I've been a little busier than usual lately...

New Clients: