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Sara Kerr modeling t-shirt with custom graphic design.Graphic Design

In addition to fine art, fashion design and photography, I also do graphic design (packaging design, tattoo design, logo design, etc.). The examples on this site are only a small sampling of what I can do so, just because you don't see your exact project here, that doesn't mean I can't do it. Just ask!

The collection of images below are some samples of designs I've created for various indiviuals and companies. The designs and logos belong to the people who paid for their creation and I reserve the right to use them as samples of my work for my portfolio. If you have any issues/concerns about a particular design please feel free to email me.

 

Graphic Design Portfolio:

Logo designed by Sara Kerr P.A.N.T.S.  ReloAuthority

 

T-Shirt Graphics

I have created t-shirt graphics for print and embroidery for various companies, businesses, and orgainizations. The images below may not be copied for any reason.

   

Logo Design

Quite frankly, graphic designers are a dime a dozen these days and anyone with even the slightest bit of creativity can design logos for print. So, why should you come to me with your graphic design needs?

The reason is, I have over 4 years of experience working with and creating logos for print and embroidery.

A lot of graphic designers create logos for print and the majority of them design solely for print, which isn't necessarily such a bad thing if that's all you're looking for. However, not everyone takes into consideration what they intend their logo to be put on and some companies spend thousands to have a brand logo developed without the slightest consideration of how it's going to look if they want it embroidered. The truth is, some people don't even know that there's a significant difference between the two or that one would work better than the other.

It's difficult to get the same amount of detail and effects in embroidery that you can achieve with print. If a logo is designed properly it will work well for both embroidery and print which is why it's important to take this into consideration from the beginning. I encourage you to read more about the importance of considering embroidery during the logo design process, on my blog.