Today is election day in Lexington County, South Carolina. I hope my client wins!
Once I completed the logo, I passed it on the Jay’s campaign manager and was not involved in any of the design work below. But it is fun to see my logo in action!
A recent project for the church that we’ve started to attend since our move.
And here’s the website: http://www.firstpresfallfestival.com
Much, much, MUCH more to show you in the future …….
Isn’t it interesting that a pizza restaurant with a blue sign is less enticing than one with a red sign; and a spa with a red sign is less successful as one with a blue sign? Things which affect a person’s behavior without them even knowing it are very interesting.
Recently, the University of Florida requested/demanded that Glades Day School in Belle Glade, Florida, change their logo. Why? Because it is exactly the same as the university’s logo. So the colors are a little different, but really, it’s the same. It may seem that this big university is picking on some little guy, who has used this logo for 44 years. But if it is indeed true that UF had rights to this logo first, then the logo is their intellecutal property and stealing it is a crime. Logos are important because they distinguish and identify a brand. That’s why they need to be completely unique.
I spent the summer helping my Mom with a logo for her yoga business. We like to call it the Yogo Project. We wanted to find a symbol that could represent relaxation or energy depending on individual perspective. Now, that’s a hard task! But a setting or rising sun seems perfect. I also put together a blog/website for her: www.barbaramorganyoga.com
There is so much history and consideration that goes into a logo. Did you know….. The Mercedes-Benz three-pointed star is commonly known to symbolize the use of the company’s engines on land, sea and air. But the star first appeared on a personal note written in 1872 from company founder, Gottlieb Daimler, to his wife. Mr. Daimler used a three-pointed star to mark the location of his family’s new home in the town of Deutz, Germany. His sons adapted the emblem as the Mercedes-Benz logo from 1910 onward. Read the full article.