Logos & Graphic Identities
The logos shown are the actual logos designed for our clients. We ask that you respect our copyright and the copyright of our clients. We show them here so you can see the variety of logos we have designed/created.
LOGO 2-1 --
Designed for a Billing Service: In this case, the original drawing was done by hand and scanned and reworked to become a computer graphic.
LOGO 2-2 --
Designed for a cash flow service company: The central points of this business are the cash and an agreement. Their symbols have been highlighted with graduated color and a center of white. The artwork was composed on the computer.
LOGO 2-3 --
Designed for a firm that sells specialty liability and health insurance coverages to large companies: The logo depicts that each insurance package is individually built for the client. This logo was drawn in Adobe Illustrator.
LOGO 2-4 --
Designed for the client of a client: She chemically mixes and sells facial products and was looking for a distinctive drawing. The original drawings were done by hand and then scanned and reworked to become computer graphics.
LOGO 2-5 --
Our logo was designed to show that our beginnings were when all artwork was done by ink and pen.
LOGO 2-6 --
This logo started out as a pen & ink rendering of the business owners home. The client is a mortgage lender and has his office in his home.
LOGO 2-7 --
Designed for a roofing company: The logo was to be distinctive and elegantly simple; one that could be used on T-shirt backs, the side of a truck, and on stationery. The original artwork was hand drawn, then scanned and reworked in Illustrator.
LOGO 2-8 --
This was a logo redesign: We were called in because the logo as previously designed did not work. Clients did not understand what it was illustrating. We added the graph and the arrowhead to the line that had previously looked like a lightning bolt. A simple, but elegant fix.
LOGO 2-9 --
This is an interesting logo as the client used it twice. It was originally designed for his psychiatric practice brochure. It llustrates a gradual understanding/focusing. The client insisted the circle be red. Three or four years later when he started a business specializing in Organizational Dynamics, he chose to use it again.