Logo Design Blog

Marblehead High School freshman Michael Harper was on to something recently in his graphic-design class. Starting with the town’s signature color of red and then incorporating various religious and gender symbols, he created a logo design that turned out to be a winner.

Harper’s design won first place in the Marblehead Task Force Against Discrimination logo contest. Seeking a new look for its 20th-anniversay year, the task force turned to high school students.

Two years after its inception by the township's GrEEn Design Group, the third annual fall GrEEn Day Environmental and Energy Conservation Fair is spreading its green wings to include its neighbors.

For the past two to four years, Warsaw Community Schools has used a Tiger logo on its shirts, signs and other materials that it apparently had no legal right to use.

Art Deco architecture and the contributions of the Native American community are highlighted in the new Tulsa County logo unveiled Monday.

The logo includes feathers and other shapes done in an art deco style.

Paul Turley, a graphic designer for the county, created the logo.
He said the image is meant to evoke the local history of the Native American community as well as the Tulsa oil boom of the early decades of the 20th century and the art deco architecture of that time.

The newly-formed Consumer Association of Subang Jaya (CAS) has launched a logo design competition.

The logo can be designed in English or Bahasa Malaysia and it will have to be based on the association’s theme, “Be A Smart and Wise Consumer” or the concept “For Fair Price and Fair Trade Practices”.

The competition is open from April 30 to May 31 and participants can send their work to No 165, Jalan SS19/6, 47500, Subang Jaya.

Giving members a chance to help shape the professional look of Renderosity.
Murfreesboro, TN (PRWEB) May 1, 2009 -- Renderosity this month launched its 5th Graphic Logo Design Contest to invite members to create a fresh, crisp look for the website.

Action Ministries, a non-profit food pantry next to Johnny's Toys, has a new logo.

Instead of the Christian symbol of a fish with a cross through it, the all-volunteer agency now uses a logo featuring that symbol transposed over a bag of groceries. It's now appearing on the agency's letterhead and faxes.