LACMA hadn't updated its logo in over two decades. Our challenge was to preserve the classic elements the client's board was attached to in the old badge-style logo while bringing it into the new century.
Project 51, an artist collective working on the L.A. River, asked us to develop their brand identity. The resulting mark uses the numerals in the group's name to form the concrete channel of the river, with 5.1 dots representing the 51 miles of water flowing through it.
The Environmental Business Cluster—a clean tech incubator in San Jose, California—brought on a new management team and hired us to develop an identity that would embody the organization's energetic new direction.
The logo we developed for the biannual Food Justice conference avoids the typical romanticized depiction of farming and offers up a more provocative, ambivalent take on modern agriculture.
Leavitt Wealth Management asked us for our help to transition its brand from tax preparation to wealth management services. The badge-style logo we designed combines contemporary and classic elements to suggests stability and growth.
The logo we developed for Golden Hills Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy in San Jose, California highlights the clinic's focus on sports medicine and physical rehabilitation for athletes both young and old.
Kirk Emry Fitness—a small personal fitness training business based in Boulder, Colorado—asked us to create a logo that would conjure images of healthy living, from hotel spas to high-end athletic clubs.
In addition to brands for organizations, we also create personal brands for individuals. Ursula Heise, a renowned scholar and Professor of English at UCLA, asked us to create a mark that is edgy yet elegant.