My Logo Designs
Throughout the past couple years, I have worked on a couple different logos. This is my showcase of my logos. I’m sure there will be more to come soon!
This is a logo that I recently designed for the Billings Area Family Violence Task Force. They were looking for a more modern logo and to move away from a “kiddy” feel. This was a very hard task for me. As designers know, long names make for a challenge when it comes to logo design. I was very pleased with this logo that I came up with. I’m still awaiting approval, but I love the design so I decided to post it. Let me know what you think!
For one of my classes, we were required to come up with a business to create a logo and brand for. Design Expressions was a business I came up with. After creating the business for the class, it really got me thinking about creating my own someday. That’s how I came up with Design Avenue.
This is another logo that I came up with for class. We had 20 minutes to sketch up a drawing of a logo of a random business, and then the rest of the hour class period to design the logo on the computer. I love the logo that I ended up with in only a class period. (Lillian Rose is actually what I want to name my daughter when I have kids. Who knows, maybe she’ll be a photographer!)
This is a logo that Jason Landrum and I were asked to create for a club at the Pittsburg State University College of Technology. The logo was the combined efforts of the both of us.
The Public Relations and Advertising Club, which is the club that I am currently the President of, needed a new look. I asked my officers to create some logos and we would vote from the ones that we designed. At the end of the voting period, my design was chosen (which is the blue logo) but it seemed like it needed more.
I got together with my officers and by using angles, 3D manipulation, and adding the type at the bottom, we finalized on a logo that we all love.
This is a logo that I created for the Automotive Department out of the Pittsburg State University College of Technology. Transport Your Future is a summer program for kids that are interested in Automotive Industries and want to learn more about it.
Simplicity Paints is the business of a local Pittsburg artist named Brittany Morris. I had done her wedding invitations and other designs, so she asked me to create her logo for her freelance business she just started up. She gave me free rein. I immediately had an image in my head of what I wanted to create for her. I started drawing on the computer and quickly came up with this logo. Love it.
Need a logo done for yourself that’s cheap and unique to you and your business? Please don’t hesitate to contact me today!