Sheena Livingston is a graphic designer living in Brooklyn, New York.
Identity Logo, stationary, and marketing materials for a consultant specializing in residential renovations. As an owner’s rep, my client’s primary function is to create strong connections between client, architect, and contractor. I thought about Islamic patterning and tessellations because they are all about these connections – smaller pieces coming together to create a whole that is greater than the sum of it’s parts. I used overlapping octagons and transparencies that combine to create a compass symbol. There is a north arrow on every architectural drawing, orienting the viewer. Part of my client’s job is to point her clients in the direction that best represents their needs and desires.
Rebrand EOA decided to expand its business and add new branches of service including interiors, surface design, branding and grow studio, an urban agriculture-focused design consultancy. It was an opportunity to introduce color to represent the five segments. A new typeface was chosen for the logo and the website was completely overhauled by the fantastic Sunderland Studio.
Invitation and Save the Date A postcard, notecard and envelope for a speaker event at the United Synagogue of Hoboken. I’ve been working with the Synagogue for over five years, designing collateral from posters and mailers to calendars and t-shirts. USH’s brand identity was designed by Rob Kimmel.
Identity Bookkeeping Bookkeeping is a group of young women artists bookkeeping on the side. The main pattern is a stylized abacus that can also be like a sexy beaded curtain, ready to pull to the side. The other is an arrangement of pluses, minuses, division and equals symbols that becomes almost floral. These patterns are applied to the website, business cards and other digital and print collateral.