This startup needed a logo that captured the essence of the aurora borealis along with the idea of forging creative productions, with a twist of old-world feel. Aurora Forge will be producing mini documentaries to capture the great stories of veterans and other sub-cultures.
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The songaday blog needed a logo, and was searching for something modern and music-oriented, but somewhat open-ended as well. This logo hints at two ideas: an abstracted music staff, and a record (loosely indicated by the “O”, which can also represent a note on the staff).
Life Coaches and speakers Andy Kerr and Bill Cox needed top-notch branding, promotion, and participant materials for their leadership development event in Erie, PA. The logo combines the ideas of an actual step (like stairs) and an arrow pointing forward, and is pronounced by a confident title. The project was complete with logos, a participant […]
Logo design for a men’s ministry group. Simple yet powerful, with the design feeling a bit like a reflection, but also giving the sense of a repetitive cycle. Both ideas resonate with the nature of the ministry, finding growth through reflection, and being repeatedly made new men through that growth.
Metforce needed a print catalog for their growing line of scaffold products. Using their pre-existing branding, a clean and modern style was established, and allowed the products to take front-and-center attention for customers.