EcoPet is one of my favorite brands, probably because I’m a pet owner. I love the clean design we came up with, and as they work for Organic certification, the logo can be easily changed to accommodate their new title.
This client wanted something easy to read, visible on shirts, and above all, strong but feminine. It has a positive, simple feel that is both strong and delicate. We played with several colors and shades as well as icons, fonts, and concepts.
The Lyon Group is a regular customer of ours, and we’ve helped with several of their print materials over the years. We’ve also assisted in making several websites for their larger estates, making a custom place for buyers to visit to view video and images of the home. This was useful as some of these properties were so large, with so many amenities, that making a brochure would have been cumbersome.
Tom Sawyer Motorsports logo had a few concepts. The owner loves the band Rush and wanted something that honored that, hence the name. First we tried the concept of designing a logo similar to the band’s most popular logo, but we felt it didn’t translate well. It was then we decided to try something with a car. They buy sell and trade rare, vintage, and high end cars. We decided we would use 2 versions, one with the car for certain applications, and then when needed, also without the car. The Facebook header below shows how this was implemented.
Though simple, that doesn’t mean it wasn’t well thought. We tried several different ideas before deciding on the final outcome. This client wanted something easy to read, visible on shirts, and above all, clean.
This was an extremely fun logo job for me. A literal dream job, and we ended up with several winners. In the end we both agreed upon the top logo for her business because it was clean, and could be branded (literally) easily into her wood projects.