Letterhead, business card w/ envelope, 5″ x 7″ note card w/ envelope, and a custom note pad were created for The Restoration Road. The stationery suite was offset printed on Mohawk Via Portfolio’s Light Gray Linen. The note card was printed on 10 pt. Tango C1S.
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I recently finished an identity design project for a church stewardship campaign called Release: Setting the Church Free. The image above shows a few of the logo revisions that occurred along the way. The final logo is on the bottom, right. The dove is symbolic of the Holy Spirit/Church being “released” into the nations.
The Letterhead and envelopes were printed first. The abstract watercolor background behind the logo is symbolic of the earth’s geography, but not intended to be exact. The idea was to present a global, rather than local release of the church. The sheet was flooded with ink, leaving only white paper for the dove showing through, which created a nice effect. They were printed 4 Color Process on 80 lb. Finch Fine Text, Bright White.
A 17 1/4″ wide x 22 1/2″ tall (unfolded) Brochure/Poster was also created for the campaign. It was folded like a newspaper page and placed in 9″ wide x 12″ tall, 6 mil plastic recloseable bags. This solution not only looked good, allowing the photos to be seen through the bag, but also fit well with the Release theme and saved quite a bit of money by not printing a traditional pocket folder to hold all of the additional campaign literature, DVD, etc…
Here’s the unfolded outside/poster.
And the unfolded inside/brochure.
Above are some of my original brainstorming sketches for a group of eye care professionals needing a new logo. The client wanted something clean, simple, and professional.
These are four concepts I presented. I was pretty excited about the potential for these designs, but the client thought they were a bit too “artsy”. I could understand where they were coming from with that, so we moved in a more conservative direction.
I ended up using the type treatment from design A and replaced the eyeball icon with the initials of the name of the business. Above is the final logo and color specifications.
Here is the final letterhead design. I learned a while back that whenever you present a letterhead design to a client, you should always put some text on the letterhead. It not only shows the proper margin sizes, but also makes for a much better prestentation.
The design criteria behind this project was medical, clean, streamlined, and incorporating the idea of “Medical Synthesis” in regards to medical device design and development services. MediSynthe offers complete product development – design, testing, and regulatory services. The idea behind the name is that they are developing “medical” device concepts and offering a streamlined product development service where all the parties are in one place and work together as an effective, efficient team, or “synthesis”. The “M” icon alludes to bone joints working together in harmony. Orhopaedic device development is a major area of focus for the company.