Graphic Designer and Web Editor Logan Webb handles many of Oklahoma Contemporary’s design needs, including print and digital ads, exhibition and public programming materials, and visual branding, in addition to work on the website.
As graphic designer and marketing coordinator for the BancFirst Corporation, Logan oversaw creative and advertising projects — including the creation and implementation of statewide marketing campaigns — for more than 110 individual bank locations across 60 Oklahoma communities. He previously held the title of graphic designer and creative services director at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha and has created materials for the Oklahoma Higher Education Heritage Society Hall of Fame, the Dr. Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Center for Social Justice and Racial Healing and the Neill-Wint Center for Neurodiversity (the state’s only collegiate support program for students on the autism spectrum), among others.
Logan obtained his Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Science and Arts in 2017, with an emphasis in contemporary sculpture/installation and extended media. He studied media communications and international politics at Swansea University in Wales as a Brad Henry International Scholar. Logan is an avid reader and has contributed both book reviews and travel profiles to World Literature Today. He is passionate about portraiture and freelance design and has branded or rebranded several Oklahoma City metro organizations, from restaurants and law firms to universities and downtown skyscrapers, in addition to designing websites for local artists. Logan is thrilled to apply his skill set to advancing Oklahoma Contemporary’s mission.
Email: communications (at) okcontemp.org
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