Logos
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Knitty Gritty Yarn Shop

Maurine came to us to create a logo before we built her a new website. She had an old logo, thrown together many years ago, but it lacked pazazz. She also had limited versions to use in different ways and found that problematic as she was creating promotional materials. She felt it was time for a professional upgrade.

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Maurine’s specialty item at her yarn shop is hand-dyed yarn. She provided us with a picture of a best-selling color she created which used an ombre of muted pinks, greens, blues, browns, and grays. We pulled the colors from the image and recreated the yarn skein in digital form. For the logo font, she had previously used Papyrus so we chose a more modernized take on that font for her brand name.

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Mandy Nadyne Clark

When Mandy asked us to build her website, we first needed to get all her brand elements in order. The first step was creating her logo. As a writer, her name is her brand so she chose a typographical logo.

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For the font, she wanted it to feel handwritten to stay true to her craft. She didn’t want it to be overly feminine, and she also wanted it to be bold. After playing with many different fonts, we found one she felt was exactly what she was looking for. Then, we used the colors from her chosen palette which would also be used to build her website, maintaining brand consistency.

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Forks and Corks Catering

Last summer, we designed the new logo for Forks & Corks Catering. We didn’t announce it then because we had not seen them use it yet. To our happy surprise a few weeks ago, we drove by their location and saw the new signage!

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Kate had requested the new design to feel more modern. While the old one had served her well over the many years she’s been in business, she also wanted the new logo to have a less whimsical, musical vibe. We chose to keep the mark that had become synonymous with their brand, the wine/cork combination. Then, we updated fonts and redesigned the arrangement of the brand name to make the mark stand out as much as their name.

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Reimagine Research Group

Jill came to us to create a logo for her startup. She wanted her logo to represent her Jewish heritage, specifically to embody the characteristic of Challah bread. She also wanted her brand colors to feel “earthy” and represent inclusivity, which is deeply rooted in her work.
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We used the direction she provided to create a logo that had different sections weaving into another, similar to Challah bread, creating a pattern of interlocking elements. All the pieces of the “bread” work together to create something dependent on supporting another. This, we felt, was symbolic to the work she does as a researcher focused on supporting institutional and societal change through understanding community voices.
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Deep End Analytics

Kate came to us to brand and launch her startup, beginning with developing her logo. She had a name and an idea for brand colors. She needed someone to envision it all working together.
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We got to know Kate and learned how much she loved the ocean. We also saw how her data analytics services could be a “life boat” for businesses. That’s why we chose a wave in her logo, one that represents the shallow and DEEP END, both of which Kate helps her clients navigate. Her colors were chosen because of their connection with calmness (blue) and strength (orange), a delicate balance needed when diving into her work.
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Kairos Sensors llc

Kendon needed to develop a logo for his science-based startup. His ultra-sensitive sensors for mammography equipment use a special process involving protons that take photos 1000x more powerful than what is currently available
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Protons became our inspiration for his logo. The wisps around his brand name are meant to symbolize the ionic process of his patented medical imaging device. We worked with Kendon on his color palette, picking soft and feminine tones knowing that the bulk of his audience would be women.
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Mentor Match

Stacy came to us as an established nonprofit, mentoring teen entrepreneurs for almost a decade. However, she had not yet branded her organization with a logo. Realizing she needed to create a stronger, more recognizable digital presence, she asked us to develop her logo.
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Her target audience are teens, so we knew the colors we chose needed to be vibrant and youthful. We also wanted them to feel fairly gender neutral using a purple, Stacy’s favorite color. We chose the mark for the logo, the diamond, because the teens she works with are often from unprivileged or underserved households. This felt to us like they were “diamonds in the rough” which inspired using a diamond in her logo.
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Zig-Zag Bag

Helen came to us with a very specific idea in her head for her logo but needed someone to create it in digital form. The bags she makes are based on the Japanese Bento bag using three triangular pieces that fold together like Origami. Because of this, she knew her logo needed to feel geometric.
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We designed the Zs in her logo to be very precise, evenly spaced and placed, getting all the angles aligned as you would when folding Origami. She targets women, so we wanted her colors to be of a feminine appeal to attract the eye of her intended buyer.
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Twin Cedars

This startup came to us with a well-defined concept for their logo. They knew they wanted it to have the silhouette of one of their mini jet boats, and wanted it to embody speed and power. They asked that the logo be abstract enough so they could evolve the body of the boat while still keeping the logo relevant to the brand.
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We chose to go in an Art Deco direction, adding some flames to the back of the boat as a visual representation of its fierceness. We also chose to make the gradient in the logo’s color to reflect steel as a way to represent their craftsmanship in custom metalwork and fabrication.
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Community Services Consortium

Community Services Consortium came to us as an established organization that wanted a brand refresh. Their intent was to enhance their current logo to reflect their 40th anniversary of serving local communities.
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With this goal, we knew we wanted to pay homage to their existing logo by leaving it intact and adding something that felt like a celebration. Our inspiration was the concept of a party where there might be streamers, or the idea of a ribbon-cutting for a special event. With this direction, we developed the ribbon below their logo. It was important that the “40 years” stood out from the rest, so we gave the number boldness and weight to accommodate this request.
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Torch Craft Marine

This startup came to us with a well-defined concept for their logo. They knew they wanted it to have the silhouette of one of their mini jet boats, and wanted it to embody speed and power. They asked that the logo be abstract enough so they could evolve the body of the boat while still keeping the logo relevant to the brand.
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We chose to go in an Art Deco direction, adding some flames to the back of the boat as a visual representation of its fierceness. We also chose to make the gradient in the logo’s color to reflect steel as a way to represent their craftsmanship in custom metalwork and fabrication.
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Courtney Marchesi Art

Courtney came to us needing a brand refresh. Although she had been a full-time artist for several years, she had no logo. She knew she wanted to use her initials as her logo and wanted to accompany the word “art” with them.
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We noticed she signed each of her works with her initials so we were inspired to use a font in her logo that felt like handwriting. We also wanted to encompass her initials with something that conveyed a paint stroke. As a painter, we knew she would have favorite colors in her palette, so we asked her what a few of those were. With those colors, we mixed and matched until we found a good pairing to give vibracy to her logo to match the vibrancy of her art.
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Lynne Brown Writing

Lynne came to us with her brand colors, font,  and appeal already established. She is a copywriter, so she wanted to keep her logo typographical, using only words. This felt like a natural fit for her, focusing on words just like she does in her work.
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When developing the logo with her vision in mind, we wanted to POP the word “writing” out of the logo to call attention to her services. We used a fancy font to do this and made it oversized. Then we paired a font with it to use for her name, combining both her name and service in a unique format.

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