With 20 years' experience in design, Brian J. Torreano designs stationery, business cards, articles, graphics, logos, Powerpoint presentations, responsive websites, applications… anything his clients need. Please find below some examples of his work.
After attending a natural resources conference where I learned about the "Bird City Wisconsin" program instituted by Noel Cutright, I decided to create a "Fish City Wisconsin" logo. The graphic is supposed to show two darters as might be seen from looking out from under the bank of a local stream or river.
Tools used to create the graphic were Inkscape and the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP).
I am a member of the American Fern Society and have a good friend that is also a member. On a whim, I decided to create a bumper sticker that is a "play on words". In technical terms, a "fern ally" is a type of plant that is related to a fern, but is not a fern itself. The plant pictured is a fern ally. As you might guess, a person who is a "fern ally" is someone who likes ferns.
Tools used to create the graphic were Inkscape and the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP). The photo was taken with a Samsung Galaxy S7.
This is another entry in the "fern bumper sticker" line. It is supposed to depict a guy who has inhaled too many spores and now his hair has turned into fern fronds. He's supposed to be lying on the ground, completely "afflicted" by ferns. A fern enthusiast's dream?!?
Tools used to create the graphic were Inkscape, the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) and Microsoft PowerPoint. Really!