P.Berkbigler Identity Design

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A collection of P.Berkbigler Design & Illustration identity design work.
  • Alternative Choices Identity Mark

    This mark was designed for a group of Philadelphia psychologists and counselors who specialize in non-traditional family and alternative lifestyle counseling. The design reflects the positive outgrowth of conversational therapy provided by Alternative Choices' counseling services.
  • Capitol Studios Identity Concepts

    These are two identity expansion concepts developed for the Capitol Studios division of Capitol Records. They were commissioned as part of branding exploration intended to create an specifically identity the Capitol L.A. studios location and services. In addition to the highly recognizable visual equity of the Capitol script and oval form, the Capitol Records building itself is one of the most iconic bits of L.A. architecture. These identity mark concepts built upon both of those signature graphic elements.

    This work was executed through and commissioned by the
    Matli Group. Capitol Studios identity materials remain the sole property of Capitol Records + Studios.

    Art Direction: Dave Matli & Kenn Rudolph
  • Character Home Company Identity Concepts

    Both of these identity mark concepts were created for a Dallas / Fort Worth-based renovation company focused on refurbishing craftsmen houses built between 1920-1940 in period-consistent ways.
  • Lutheran Youth Gathering Conference Identity Mark

    This conference identity mark branded all promotional materials and publications associated with this 2007 Lutheran youth convention held in Orlando, Florida.

    Art Direction: Terry Dittmer,
    Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • Christian Friends of New Americans Society Identity Mark

    This mark identifies an outreach ministry to immigrants and refugees in the greater St. Louis area, a mission society and Registered Service Organization (RSO) of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS). The mission of CFNA is to be involved in relationships with New Americans with whom they can share the Gospel through caring words and actions.

    Art Direction: Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • Concordia Gospel Outreach Ministry Identity Mark

    This mark identifies the Concordia Gospel Outreach program, a ministry of Concordia Publishing House that connects Christians with opportunities to proclaim the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ through programs that distribute CPH resources for evangelism efforts throughout the world. This identity is designed with strong reference to the existing CPH brand mark with the intent of expanding on the torch and bible imagery included within it.

    Art Direction:
    Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • Family Interaction Skills Clinic Identity Mark

    This mark identifies the Family Interaction Skills Clinic (FISC), which provides mental health consultation and training presentations to family advocates and case management staff through collaborative partnerships with community agencies. FISC is a sister program to Project SAFE and is also offered through the UNL Department of Psychology in Lincoln, Nebraska.

  • Genesis Lutheran Mission Identity Mark

    This mark identifies a Colorado Lutheran mission congregation focused on urban ministry and located in downtown Denver.

  • Go Play Recreation Initiative Identity Concepts

    Go Play was a public activity encouragement campaign designed to get adults to get back in touch with their creative, inventive sides through regular "play" activities: indoor and outdoor games, mass paper airplane creation and launch events, inter-office jacks competitions and several other activity ideas. The Go Play campaign would have operated through a series of flash-mob style events and promotions delivered to Philadelphia office complexes and hosted in nearby parks and public spaces.

    This campaign concept was developed in collaboration with Jeremy Holmes of Mutt Ink during our mutual graduate studies at Tyler School of Art.
  • Hagerty Insurance Wordmark Identity Concepts

    These are two brandmark concepts developed for Hagerty Insurance, insurers that specialize in providing coverage for a wide variety of collector vehicles. They were commissioned as part of branding exploration intended to investigate new approaches to a signature wordmark for the company. Stylistic attention had to be devoted to typographic and iconic elements that were able to suggest a wide spectrum of collector cars and boats + elements that referenced non-time specific vehicle styles.

    This work was executed through and commissioned by the Matli Group. Hagerty Insurance identity materials remain the sole property of Hagerty Insurance Company.

    Art Direction: Dave Matli & Kenn Rudolph
  • Hell City Tattoo Festival Identity Mark

    This mark was created to identify an annual tattoo convention held in Columbus, Ohio. The festival features live entertainment on the main stage, music, free seminars, liveforums, The Art Fusion Experiment, and tattoo competitions every day.
  • Immanuel Lutheran Church & School Identity Mark

    This mark was created to identify a St. Charles, Missouri congregation and school. It aimed to suggest a Christian community woven together from many components, reaching out into its surrounding community through Spirit-lead activities and education.
  • Industrial Parts Center Identity Mark

    This mark was designed for an industrial parts supplier and distributor based out of Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Jennifer West Interior Design Consulting Identity Mark

    This mark was created for an interior design consultant in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Jump For Joy Recreation Centers Identity Mark

    This mark was developed for a series of recreation centers proposed for the Germantown area of Memphis, Tennessee. Each center would have featured multiple inflatable activity zones and could host parties and other large group events.
  • Kids Kount Publishing Identity Mark

    Kids Kount is a Christian publishing group based in Omaha, Nebraska who generate a wide range of curricular materials devoted to assisting with Children's Ministry efforts. The design concept behind the identity extends from the idea of raising a Christian standard for children to study and grow towards + raising the example of the faith growth occurring in children as a standard for a congregation to aspire to.

    Art Direction: Roger Theimer, Julie Bang,
    Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • Lampstand Worship Media Group Identity Mark

    This mark was created for a group of design and multimedia professionals interested in producing ecclesiastical visuals for use in Christian worship and mass events.

  • Perio Protect Treatment Identity Mark

    This mark identifies a company focused on a treatment for gum disease and for maintaining gum health. The
    Perio Protect treatment addresses the health of a patient's teeth and gums as contributing factors to whole body health.
  • Project SAFE Counseling Services Identity Mark

    This mark identifies the Project SAFE (Sexual Abuse Family Education) Group Intervention which is offered through the Psychological Consultation Center, the training clinic for doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology Training Program (CPTP) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Project SAFE is a free service offered to residents of the community via the Child Advocacy Center in Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Project School Zone Marketing Materials Identity Mark

    Project School Zone is a curated collection of promotional materials that Lutheran schools can use to promote themselves, provided by the Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF). LCEF provides and services loans that assist with school establishment and growth. In order to help their clientele thrive, LCEF produces and makes available high-quality marketing materials that schools can customize to promote themselves.

    The Project School Zone campaign was created to raise awareness about this collection of marketing materials and to attract more schools to consider utilizing this low-cost option to help reach out to families in their surrounding neighborhoods.

    Art Direction: Tim H. Voss,
    Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • purePR Public Relations Consultancy Identity Mark

    This mark identifies
    purePR, a public relations consultancy based out of St. Louis, Missouri. purePR is a new kind of communications group, focused on the real stories its clients want to tell, and helping clientele develop great strategy to leverage opportunities with one goal in mind: accomplishing meaningful mission.

    Art Direction: Gretchen Jameson & Paul Berkbigler
  • SE33 (Southeast 33) Lutheran Mission Identity Mark

    This mark was developed for a Lutheran mission focused on an area of Columbus, Ohio.
  • St. John the Evangelist Church & School Identity Mark

    This mark was designed for a multicultural school and congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
  • The Big Nothing Exhibition Series Identity Concepts

    These mark concepts were intended to brand an exhibition series that ran throughout Philadelphia galleries and museums. The exhibition series focused on artwork that addressed the idea of nothingness.
  • Train Engine Multimedia Training Development Identity Mark

    This mark was developed for a St. Louis-based multimedia / interactive training producer. Train Engine projects were marked by their use of interactive video and animation to accomplish the training goals outlined by their clientele.
  • Urban Eden Landscaping Design & Build Group Identity Mark

    This mark identifies a landscaping design and build group focused on promoting urban green space and urban plant life. Urban Eden worked to intentionally start community gardens and parks within the city neighborhoods where they were hired to landscape individual homes.

  • The Lutheran Church of Webster Gardens Identity Mark

    This mark was developed for a Lutheran congregation situated in the Webster neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri.

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