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CastleHeart is an online video game built for kids 13 and under. It’s primary theme is the convergence of four worlds. The Avalonian world is a mythic European realm of castles and wizardry, the Terran realm is a blasted wasteland of post-apocalyptic survival, the Imperium is a world of advanced cybertechnology, and the Xenonian Empire is an alien landscape crystals. Each set of Icons needed to have a flavor that harmonized with these themes, so each class of logos has a similar theme to the modifications. To save on costs nearly all of these icons were acquired from Free Game Icons dot org, which gave me a head start, and a unified look to begin with. My alterations filtered each logo into a theme, making them unique to the CastleHeart experience.
I was tasked with re-vamping the entire look, from start to finish, for the in-house café at a large corporate campus in Redmond. I worked with a project manager representing the company, and the head chef for the kitchen, starting with just the existing logo and color palette, and from there creating a series of large and small signs that had a chalkboard feel. We used black dibond with a print-direct method that required the entire job be rendered in vector graphics. The final result was something much more affordable, and much more durable, than a series of black chalkboards, but, at a glance, looking practically indistinguishable.