Michelle McCoy Designs

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The art of perfecting a logo

A couple months ago I had the opportunity to design a logo for Chesapeake Periodontics, who was a client of Emerging Communications. At the beginning of the design process, I was told that the client liked ducks and the outdoors so I went with that as the inspiration for the logo.

Here are some of the initial proofs I came up with that led to the final logo design.

Logo 1

 

logo 2

 

In the end, the client decided they wanted to try something else in place of ducks so I did a typographic illustration of the initials of the company to look like a sail boat, representing the Annapolis location.

final logo

After the logo was designed, I carried out elements of the logo onto the rest of the branding and identity materials including letterhead, business card, brochure, and envelope.

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2 comments on “The art of perfecting a logo

  1. Lulu
    December 1, 2010

    OMG THIS IS SOOO COOL!!! I ESPECIALLY LOVE THE LAST PIECE!!

    • Michelle McCoy
      December 12, 2010

      Thanks, glad you like them!! The last was the end result.

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