a variety of logo designs and identity campaigns
Two local musicians wanted a logo for their record label – Turtle Ridge Records. They had various personal reasons for the name, and they had an idea of how they wanted it to look. We were able to satisfy their requests!
South Dunn Street is a development that utilizes the best aspects of early 20th century architecture and neighborhood design paired with modern building techniques and layout (e.g. big kitchens). The logo needed to simultaneously communicate traditional design and still be cleanly contemporary.
A complete logo and identity package was developed for this start-up interior design and remodeling company specializing in aging-in-place home modification and consulting – coordinating therapists, contractors, and products to make safer living spaces.
An amalgamation of a number of library "L" logos gives a crisp and competent identity for this non-profit organization.
This logo started as a design for a sequence of lapel pins showing levels of training in library trusteeship.
A distinctive and unmistakable logo for a monthly publication and film series.
This new business liquidation start-up came to us to design their identity prior to launching. We delivered a simple, consistent corporate identity that is used on brochures, postal mailings, web sites, and email campaigns.
The Walton Library in northern Indiana was completing a large addition to their main building. We worked with them to create a new identity for the entire library. The "roof line" above the "w" is from a recognizable architectural detail above their new entrance.
We created the logo, identity and subsidiary materials for this Bloomington church. To make it easy for a wide group of volunteers to access the logo, we created a small website with all the logo, stationery, printing and animation designs.
This logo is also based on an architectural detail from one of the renovated buildings that make up Fountain Square Mall.
Nothing says golf like a golf ball. This playful logo is used on their web site, printed documents and signage.
Chapman Lake produces orthopaedic medical devices and tools. This logo is based on one of their bone cutting tools.
Thermocore builds prefabricated walls for new home construction. One of their most distinctive features is that the windows are built into the walls.
Pain Enterprises had a variety of interpretations of their logo. We refined, clarified and standardized their corporate identity.
A good corporate identity can be used in all sizes from billboards to business cards. It is also important that the design works in color or black & white.
This logo is used for everything from caps to semi-trailer signage.
An apartment block for people who use bicycles instead of cars.
The most distinctive features of this rehabed factory was the sawtooth roof line and brick red color.