Logo Design Portfolio
Producing logos ranging from conservative to innovative, these designs are also incorporated into every use within the company. We can prepare files suitable for use by your current printers or we can provide you with competitive pricing on forms, letterhead, envelopes and stickers of all types and sizes. We can even warehouse large orders for quick delivery when stocks run low.
See well over a dozen original designs below
These designs are the product of a series of reviews with the client incorporating transitions from previous identities and functional use in a variety of applications from letterhead to product labels. Of course we designed our own logos for Real Smart Marketing & Proshooter.com as well.
|Logo designed for a website serving "lean manufacturing" processes. COMMWIP is an acronym so I thought it best to place each letter separetly. The client suugested the arrow background which fits nicely.|
new product for extending the life of cooking oil in industrial scale
applications like a peanut roaster or a chip manufacturer. The client
needed a trademarkable logo to communicate the value of their product.
We developed both a 3D version for most applications (4C Process) as well as a 2D version for
|This company specializes in selling and installing restroom hardware for developers, gemneral contractors and building managers.
They wanted something that shows what they do.
|This national contractor was still using a logo provided by a corner printer and used by other companies. We developed this original logo after presenting several rounds of widely varying designs.|
|The owner of DCS built a new headquarters and was ready for a new logo. This become a long process as it was difficult to narrow options and commit to a final design. This was the result of that process and uses gold metallic ink and black for color.|
|IA, the company for which we've redesigned their main logo twice in 10 years asked us to develop a logo for a new spin off company. The owner presented the swirling arrow theme and we took it from there.|
|Industrial Automation had originally used a hand drawn IA for it's logo. About 10 years ago we took that original logo and added the triangle element (see far below). After years of people asking what it said we were asked to redesign the logo to make it more modern and more readable.|
C3 Logo for
Custom Commercial Construction.
The concept was to make the "C"s look like floors of a small building and then use the 3 to give the building depth and dimension.
|Cornerstone Painting grew to the point where it was ready to redesign a logo. We provided several rounds for review, resulting in this design. See some of the wide range of concepts we presented here. |
And here are variations and applications of the final versions.
Logo redesign -- original logo
PiboMulti logo - redesigned
intending to eventually only use "PIBO" portion
PiboMulti logo developed for North American distributor of Swiss machine tools. Colors and shape on right from original logo with updated fonts and elements. To eventually drop all but the Pibo spot.
The upscale restaurant on Detroit's riverfront, The Rattlesnake Club decided to update it's logo, changing it's color from the dated teal to a cobalt blue and dropping "club" from the name.
Bullseye Products was a new name the owners of this distribution company came up with and after several rounds of design reviews they decided on this logo. They have no relation to Targetline below, although both use a "target" by coincidence.
Icons derived from existing logo - original logo
Target Line Industries wanted identifying icons for their 40 page catalog (which we produce) to compliment their preexisting corporate logo (above).
After Targetline, a company that has used the above logo for 20 some years was contacted by the Target Stores legal department and was asked to redesign their logo we stepped in and produced several variations (see below)
Targetline (see above) wanted to get away from the "bullseye" and incorpoarate an arrow. Since "TL" works for both the bridge in Target- Line and as it's initials it was a natural.
Great Lakes Service Group went through a wide range of design concepts. Finally it was decided to stay conservative and model the logo from their parent company Great Lakes Mechanical. Careful attention was paid to spacing between the letters and words.
Industrial Automation LLC wanted an update to their original logo incorporating a 3D look.
The new logo was developed into a complete identity system including designs for business cards and letterhead and envelopes. The design is used company wide including on their building signage and vehicles
The Brinker Group is a construction company with 6 specialized divisions.
Sea Lark Sales is a boat sales company specializing in human powered boats.
While we proposed more complex versions the client liked this simple version best.
See some of the other finalist versions here.
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