Homer Jolly Design is a multi-discipline studio involved in projects from marketing and branding to restaurant and hospitality design. We bring our creative expertise alongside our client partner's knowledge to form a collective insight and create high caliber work that achieves the intended goal whatever the project.
Homer Jolly began his career in New York as a designer for King Features Syndicate of the Hearst Corporation and quickly moved through the ranks as an Art Director, Creative Director and finally Director of Advertising and Public Relations for Hearst Entertainment. He left Hearst to establish himself as an independent creative entity. He has provided marketing, design and illustration expertise to a variety of industries including entertainment, real estate, food and beverage, travel and publishing. Clients have included Hearst Entertainment, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, OGoup, Moet, Hennessy, Ferragamo, Speedvision, Harcourt Publishers, Gordons Jewelers, John Deere, Monroe Tufline, WNBC New York, Burger King and Merrill Land Company.
Florida Trend Magazine named 600 South, a bar he designed in Pensacola, FL, one of Florida’s 10 best bars for ambience in 2007.
Homer was selected to be the Lead Designer on the new Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo. Responsibilities included researching and assisting in creating a blueprint for a successful mid size attraction, developing the Master Plan, laying out all buildings and habitats and creating a design guide for all visual components of the project. The Zoo is set to open in January 2020.
Homer has resided in Pensacola, Florida since 2000.
Attraction and Hospitality Design
Restaurant and Bar Design
Product Design and Product Rendering
Brand and Marketing Design
Logo and Trademark