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Weekly Logo Roundup 51

February 8th, 2014 Posted by Custom Logo Design, Logo Examples No Comment yet

In less than a week, the deluge of roses and chocolates will be upon us. Oh, Valentine’s Day! And speaking of love… This passion for graphics design is a form of love, and we celebrate it every Saturday. There are no romantic dinner dates, sunset strolls, or surprise wedding proposals. Yet, these weekly roundups seem like poetic justice as we continue to give recognition to the exemplary works of nameless and faceless graphics designers around the globe.

Cutting Edge Electrical

Cutting Edge Electrical has licensed electricians to do various electrical jobs for residential and commercial clients.

Electrical Company Logo

This design for an electrical company is a variation on the sketch our client requested. It places the letter E inside the letter C like a set of Matroshka dolls or converter plugs.
ce-electrical-logo

Life’s Little Instructions (LLI)

LLI is an upcoming personal blog that imparts bits of wisdom and good advice based from experience.

Personal Blog Logo

The logo is a simple jigsaw puzzle with the two L’s framing the letter “I”. They create a speech bubble and together represent a tidbit of instructions that one can take and immediately apply.
LLI

Flip-It Ticket

Flip-it Ticket is a P2P online marketplace specifically created for people looking to trade their tickets to a concert they can’t go to with someone else’s tickets to an event they’d be able to attend. Or for cash, whatever the case may be.

Ticket Flipping Website Logo

This design for a ticket marketplace logo has a tickets in yellow and similar shape representing cash in green. Together they form a sphere, and this circular arrangement is symbolic of the quid-pro-quo system in place at the website.
flip-it-ticket-logo

African Studies

African Studies was created by The Africa Awareness Initiative, a student organization based at the University of British Columbia (UBC). The Initiative was founded in 2002 in response to the lack of representation as well as a lack of nuanced intelligent dialogue about Africa on campus.

University Program Logo

Since the logo’s focus is on Africa, the continent plays a major role in the design. A maze design serves as a backdrop and suggests that the issues surrounding Africa are akin to a maze that needs to be explored and figured out. A maze is a powerful symbol because it represents a lot of dead-ends and roadblocks that must be conquered.

African-Studies

Pediatric Therapy Associates

Pediatric Therapy Associates helps children and infants with speech disorders, mental and physical disabilities, and physical injuries. The center offers speech and language therapy, oral motor and feeding therapy, and fine motor therapy programs.

Pediatric Therapy Logo

This design is a facelift of PTA’s old logo.
Pediatric-Therapy-clinic logo