Jacob Barrick

Midwest-based graphic designer and artist.

Tag: branding

  • Poketo

    Poketo

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    The following email newsletters were answers to a speculative design request by Poketo, an LA-based artist and designer-made goods store. The first newsletter follows the existing Poketo brand more closely- light and airy, colorful, but not overwhelming. The combined edges of the photographs create an irregular border, peppered by scattered type. The second newsletter is

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  • Creepy Company

    Creepy Company

    Creepy Company is a Chicago-based horror fandom retailer that primarily operates on Instagram. Since 2015, their business has grown exponentially and has transformed from selling campy horror inspired merchandise to creating licensed merchandise for franchises such as Vincent Price, Goosebumps, Garbage Pail Kids, and Pee-Wee Herman. Their growth of brand equity relies heavily on a

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  • Genr8 Conference

    Genr8 Conference

    Logo The Generate Conference is a meeting of web designers and developers to discuss next-generation tech and design thinking. This project is a speculative redesign of conference branding materials, including a renaming to GENR8. Taking inspiration from the Memphis Group, the logotype pulls from disparate geometric elements to illustrate the experimental energy of pulling together

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  • Josh Jams

    Josh Jams

    Josh Jams is a Chicago-based DJ specializing in house and club music. As the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt on nightlife, many performers and musicians used their down-time to reinvent and evolve. As the world moves into a new era, Josh Jams wanted a new logo and brand identity system that moves away from the

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