Merisha Sequoia Clark
Graphic Designer/ Illustrator
Logo design for a technology company, Logikbar started in 2016. Designed in illustrator. Left to right: Launch day first post to social media. Basic logo for all “paperwork”, this is a paperless company. Example of Logikbar service model using variations on the logo to show the service tiers. Another use of the Logo on social media, this was the banner for linkedin. Lastly the logos to the right are a progression of a re-design bottom to top. The updated logo has a softer more approachable feel
Designed on commission for a startup project. Meant to be a logo or icon certifying that companies are invested in Indigenous benefit. The percentage sign is meant to change depending on how much each company or product benefits Indigenous cultures.
Layout design class assignment. I was given a specific grid to use for the magazine layout. I used appealing colors and images of Pollinators to create a desire in the viewer to want to save their lives by taking even a few simple actions.
Fictional vegan leather shoe brand. Made to target the same audience that would read about saving the pollinators. I used Adobe illustrator to create this design.
A school assignment to create a newsletter with inspiration from the words insect and deceptive. My end result is a newsletter that at first glance looks like it will be about weddings, upon further look it is about saving the bees. I created the design using illustrator and InDesign.
Practice at designing a fictitious currency. Utilizing mesh and transparency in Adobe illustrator to create layers of security and realism. I chose a woman, the first woman to run for president of the United States in 1872 Woodhull.
I started off by designing a screen printed clothing line of baby clothes with poo colored splatters with stink bugs. I took this photograph edited to create filters in Photoshop and did an overlay to make the diaper prints look real. I designed the poster for a class project with fictional web address and location. the clothing line may still happen.
This poster is entirely based on the color green. The subject and mood came from surveying people about what that color made them think about. I created this is Illustrator. Ideally there would be a company logo and website in the lower right corner to further the viewers ability to act and make a difference.
A Fictional Hard cider with a mixed tropical fruit flavor. Original Illustration and can design.
Created in Illustrator using a range of techniques. This design was created as a class assignment for the Sonoma County Roller Derby league. SCRD is a womans flat track roller derby league based in Santa Rosa, CA. These cards are to promote individual team members, the sport itself and encourage audience participation and excitement. The template layout can accommodate a three letter name or a long name like the mock up lays out. the number and position also changes to associate specifically wit
Sweatshirt designed for a diplomatic expedition to Russia. A group of Native and non natives from the Fort Ross state park took a package full of black hoodies to give as gifts while in Russia. The gifts were well received and are now being worn by Kashaya, Russians, and Americans. The design was created on a wacom tablet in Photoshop and image traced in Illustrator.
Designed for the Food Empowerment Project. They seek to create a more just and sustainable world by recognizing the power of one’s food choices. The goal of this infographic is to raise awareness about the dire situation our ocean is facing due to the consumption of sea creatures and destruction from “ghost gear.” Created in Illustrator, utilizing the iPad pro for hand drawn elements. We were given specific fonts and branded content to work with.
A single snapshot of post creation for Osmosis Day Spa Instagram.