We, and our partners, use cookies to deliver our services. By using our website you agree to the use of cookies as described in our Privacy Policy.

Tyler Ulis Identity

*Shortlisted for a Clio; winner of a 2018 PRINT Regional Design Award; published in "The Best of Design", a book by PRINT magazine. Coach John Calipari once said his former 5'9" point guard, Tyler Ulis, has the heart of a lion. This phrase has actually been with Tyler long since before playing at Kentucky. It originated during his days at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago. He might be small, but he plays with an aggression. I was fortunate to work with the Ulis family on a visual identity. The initials TU presented a beautiful opportunity to create a simple, abstract lion symbol. The identity aligns with Tyler's high school color palette, where he first began his high-level basketball journey. Instead of using #8, which is his current Phoenix Suns number, the mane has 3 points representing his favorite number (which was his number in high school, AAU and Kentucky. His dad swears he'll get that number back one day as its still his twitter account @TUlis3). The lion symbol will be paired with bold typography to reflect his bold presence on the court and consistently represent the Ulis foundation, brand and various other business ventures.

Project Roles
Creative Director, Designer, Illustrator
Athlete Essentials
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Creative Direction, Design, Strategy
Brand Guidelines, Logos, Visual Designs
Project Industries
Tyler Ulis Identity
Tyler Ulis Identity
Tyler Ulis Identity