There are three responses to a piece of design: yes, no, and WOW!
WOW is the one to aim for.
– Milton Glaser
According to popular legend, the heart that we know today originated from the shape of the female buttocks. This universal symbol of love has been transformed to serve as the icon for the Love Your Butt Colon Cancer Awareness Campaign.
This fun, offbeat logo captures the irreverent and spirited personality of Flying Squid Films.
This design was submitted as part of a logo competition for USRowing and the National Rowing Foundation’s Row to Rio campaign for the 2016 Olympic Games. Go USA!
Given the mysticism of the number 13, it was only natural to highlight that 2015 was the 13th year of the annual meeting for skeptics. The Fibonacci spiral alludes to the scientifically critical minds of the conference’s attendees.
A proud peacock, fiery phoenix, and treble clef find harmony in the logo for yogi and musician Alanna Kaivalya.
Designed for a feature-length documentary on World of Warcraft gamers, The Raid’s logo reflects the medieval fantasy realm in which the players are immersed.
Marrying a classic serif and a contemporary sans serif, we developed a custom font—the basis of a logo for a show that combines traditional news gathering with the high-tech, innovative delivery of real-time news from around the world.
This CNN Sunday morning political program reviews the previous week’s news coverage by various media outlets. The bright, clean aesthetic reflects the fast-paced and rapidly-evolving nature of today’s news consumption.
The ‘Victory C’ was inspired by the blue colon cancer awareness ribbon as well as a figure with its arms raised in victory.
Local DC chefs compete in a friendly cook-off while raising funds for a great cause during Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation’s annual event.
Orphan Secure is a non-profit organization specializing in eradicating child sex-trafficking by targeting criminal organizations through integrated intelligence operations.
Pen and ink and a touch of watercolor gave the logo for CNN’s The Stimulus Project a unique quality.
The logo for the highly-personalized coaching services of Meridian Performance suggests speed, athleticism, and forward motion. The three pillars of the “M” reflect the three disciplines of triathlon: swim, bike, and run.
As the most iconic building in the city, the capitol building reflects the home of the DC-based organization. The transmission symbol further emphasizes their role in the broadcast industry.
The limitless potential of an endurance athlete is emphasized in this logo by the suggestion of the infinity symbol.
The classically patriotic logo for the CNN weekend show is representative of the traditional journalism employed by its host Candy Crowley.
Playful and fun, the logo for Kamp Kava doggie daycare is reminiscent of the merit badges earned at summer camp.
The three interconnected triangles indicate the three disciplines of a triathlon while the negative spaces created by their overlap represent the transition between the sports during a race.
The Blue Hope Bash—Chris4Life’s annual gala—raises funds and celebrates the lives of those who have been affected by colorectal cancer. The tree and swallows comprising the logo represent hope, freedom, and a renewal of life.
This non-profit’s mission is to share the benefits of yoga with those who do not otherwise have access to these services. Anahata is also known as the “heart chakra” thus the 12 heart-shaped lotus petals surrounding the OM symbol.