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This logo was created for a bicycle refurbishment business. The owner gives old bicycle frames a new lease on life by giving them a fresh coat of paint and new (or refurbished) parts to get the bikes back on the road and into the hands of new riders. The logo was created to evoke this process. Inspired by traditional and ornamental frame lugs often used on classic bike frames, the logo mark has been modernized to have one foot in the past, and one in the future.

Sweet and Savory

Selling pies, pasties and other delicious pastries, Sweet and Savory required a logo that communicated and represented the range of pastry products they sell.



Linda’s therapeutic massage required a logo mark that communicated what her approach to massage is—firm yet subtle, and relaxing.  The negative shape of the hands massaging the back and the butterfly help to convey this.


Highpoint Equine is a small business that trains horse.



The proprietors of the Monarch gift shop believe beauty inspires authentic, joyful living. They needed a logo and signage that reflected this.

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