As a designer, I believe that logos are powerful symbols that help establish an identity for your company, group, or product. As a person I also think they’re a lot of fun. It's a challenge to create a visual personality based on a company's or product's personality.
It's a weird, graphic form of portraiture, and it uses a great deal of symbolism, and knowledge of the psychology of forms and colors.
For each finished logo I design, I design many other logos. I find it important not to stop with the first thing I design, even if I like it, because the more choice I give myself the better your final choice will be. I'm available for work no matter where in the world you are. If you're interested in having me work for you, just drop me a note. Don’t be afraid, I don’t bite, I just bark.
A headhunter in Tokyo wanted to look connected. When he wouldn’t go for a shrunken head, I plugged him in. ESP: Formal, modern, serious cool.
Mobile. Wireless. But then you probably figured that out. If so, the logo is doing its job! ESP: Formal, modern, serious, cool
Happy music, personified. ESP: Casual, modern traditional, friendly, warm
“Better living through chemistry” in this hopeful logo for a Russian research lab. ESP: Formal, modern, serious, cool
A path of knowledge, from the weeds of ignorance on the left, to the structure of understanding on the right. You’re in the middle--but on the right path! See the site.ESP: Formal / Casual, modern,
Your opinion tips the balance. ESP: Formal, modern, serious, cool
This service “fetches” leads for you. Next best thing to man’s best friend. ESP: Casual, modern, friendly, warm
The logo for this healthcare marketer is a posable (if not anatomically correct) figure. ESP: Formal, modern, serious / friendly, cool
The sing surfboard logo is used playfully throughout this line, including here, at Tikis. ESP: Casual, modern, friendly, warm
This logo is woven like the weaver’s work it represents. See her site.ESP: Casual, modern, friendly, warm
Susan Hayes’ clothing label
A dramatic ticket logo for “Show Stoppers” ESP: Casual, traditional, friendly, warm
A factory has gears, right? Here they make the letter “S” for “software.” ESP: FMSC
This logo for a type foundry creates a character with characters. ESP: CMFW
an oral surgeon whose work rebuilds faces. ESP: Formal, modern, friendly, cool
A “T” becomes a building in this logo for an architect. ESP:
Formal, modern, serious, cool
A logo for a flooring company where “the
floor’s the thing.” ESP: Casual, modern, friendly, warm
Interlocking hands and arms form this logo for a company
specializing in training groups to work together. ESP: Casual, modern, friendly, warm.
A compass giving direction to a free spirit makes up logo for a wonderful nonprofitESP: Formal, traditional / modern, friendly, warm
This logo for an elegant tea-party caterer is made from Victorian calligraphic ornaments to create a deliciously whimsical feeling. ESP: Formal, traditional, friendly, warm
Sound waves become an S and an E. You can practically hear it! ESP: Formal, modern, serious cool
ViaFone was a dot-com company that made software to help you access information--wait for it--via your phone! I named the company and designed the logo--note the touch-tone dial pad in the O--the “O-logo” was often used separately. The company lasted longer than most dot coms (surely because of the logo). See more ViaFone graphics and flash here.ESP: Formal, Modern, serious, cool
ViaTech’s goal is to bring out the best in
people--hence an icon that looks like its wearing a gold medal! ESP: Formal, modern, friendly, warm