Welcome to palmateerDesign. I’m a one man show as far as my designs go. It’s just me and I tend to like it that way. I deal directly with the customer. No sales people to misinterpret what you want. I am primarily a print designer, specializing in branding and identity. Make sure to check out my portfolio to get an idea of how truly awesome my work is
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I realize that I have been cutting it a little too close to the actual holiday with the free vectors that I have been providing, so here’s a Baby New Year vector a few weeks in advance of the actual event. Use it for Read the rest of this entry »
I felt bad about not posting anything in a while, and I also had a few extra minutes today so I decided to do this vector of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer for everyone. As always, it’s a Read the rest of this entry »
I don’t know about you, but I have always had a love of the concept of the super-hero. I read comics a little bit growing up, but mostly I drew my own super-heroes. From the age of 11 on up to the time I left for college (age 18) I was conceptualizing and drawing super-heroes, and villains. There are over 300 of them. I plan on scanning them in, but the shear volume of them overwhelms me. Regardless, the reason I am writing this is because I found an awesome site that reminded me of my old hobby of creating super-heroes. It’s called Read the rest of this entry »
I know I haven’t been posting as much as I was a week or so ago, but its the holiday season as well as flu season and that pretty much has shot a hole in me doing anything that isn’t related to one or the other. With the Holiday season comes Christmas Carols, lots of eating, stressing over what to buy for that certain someone and best of all: The Yule Log!
I used to love watching this on TV with my dad as a kid, but sometimes you just couldn’t find what channel it was on. No More! Now with the glorious beauty of HD On-Demand you can watch the fire burn and listen to Christmas carols (probably not the PC Read the rest of this entry »