It’s not everyday you come across a company that uses drones in a new and unique way. Tenbo actually uses drones to do land surveying from a different perspective. Our perspective was that we should use that perspective to create a new perspective on creating a logo. So we created an elevation map on our ultra tech logo in a 3D program to create its heat map coloration.
CLIENT ➞ Conquest Communications AGENCY➞ Gatorworks INDUSTRY ➞ Political
It didn’t require a full conquest to rebrand this political communication group. It did take a lot of war symbolism and military imagery.
CLIENT ➞ Harveston INDUSTRY ➞ Real Estate
Harveston was to be a planned development calling back to the olden days when everyone knew their neighbor. While we can’t tell you too much about the development, we can tell you that we did a brief informal survey (which means we talked to like 5 people). It turns out people love flags… so we put a flag on the water tower. You can’t argue with data.
CLIENT ➞ Oystercatcher INDUSTRY ➞ Food & Beverage
Oystercatcher is an oyster delivery company. There’s actually a bird that's called an oystercatcher, so we used an oystercatcher in the Oystercatcher logo. Are you oystercatchering what i’m oyster throwering. Pearlhaps you didn’t notice what’s in the oystercatcher’s mouth.
Alpha Physical Therapy
CLIENT ➞ Alpha Physical Therapy INDUSTRY ➞ Healthcare
Alpha Physical Therapy prides itself on being the best, and is run by an unashamed alpha male. They mostly focus on strength training. They say that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but you can make a wolf into an alpha logo.
CLIENT ➞ Backyard Baseball INDUSTRY ➞ Sports
Backyard Baseball holds camps that teach the fundamentals of the game while maintaining the fun of playing baseball in your backyard as a kid. This logo balls so hard. I think we really fenced ourselves in on that one.
CLIENT ➞ Cire Entertainment INDUSTRY ➞ Events
If there was a high end company that throws parties it would be called Sire. In the new modern age people like redo the spelling on words. The people at Cire wanted us to design their logo, so we gave them the royal treatment with this custom laurel. If we were smart we wouldn't have needed Google to tell us that a laurel is a greek symbol for achievement. Since we’re not smart, could you tell me, does it make the shape of a “C”?
Wells's Wooden Designs
CLIENT ➞ Wells's Wooden Designs INDUSTRY ➞ Woodworking
Wells, wells, wells. Wells is a fine craftsman of wooden things. For all those who don’t know about smart things like building, a dovetail joint is often found in finely crafted wooden things. If you finely craft a “W” it fits perfectly into a dovetail joint. Now that’s a Brand. Were we talking about the company or the second photo? Guess you’ll have to guess.
CLIENT ➞ Paramount Title Agency INDUSTRY ➞ Real Estate
If you’re looking for a title agency, this company is paramount and this logo is a pair of mounts…or actually three mounts.
CLIENT ➞ 20th Century Fox AGENCY➞ River Road Creative INDUSTRY ➞ Entertainment
When River Road Creative was chosen to do the credits for the newest Percy Jackson film, they asked us come up with the title design and concept art for storyboards.
CLIENT ➞ Coffee Run INDUSTRY ➞ Food and Beverage
Everyone wants their hot cup of coffee first thing in the morning and Coffee Run wants to bring it to them. Don’t think we’ve run out of puns to use in all our logo descriptions. And also we've bean meaning to tell you that there’s a coffee mug nestled in the word run.
Louisiana Economic Development
CLIENT ➞ Louisiana Economic Development AGENCY➞ Gatorworks INDUSTRY ➞ Governmental
Gatorworks brought us in when they were tasked with creating a print ad campaign targeting C-Level executives. We thought it best to brand Louisiana as the custom tailored business state with this double-truck ad campaign and companion pieces.
CLIENT➞ R&A Oyster INDUSTRY➞ Food & Beverage
We wanted to make sure R&A looked bold and classic like a good American working-class company. We gave the company visual character and personality while staying true to its family roots.
CLIENT ➞ Eyewander AGENCY➞ Day Group INDUSTRY ➞ Photography
Sometimes during logo development you fall in love with an early version of a logo and the client doesn’t fall in love till a couple versions later. That’s exactly what happened when we rebranded Eye Wander. Eye often wander if people will notice that the “EW” in this logo also creates the word eye. Eye also wander if you didn’t also want to see how the final logo ended up.
CLIENT➞ cellcontrol INDUSTRY➞ Technology
Cellcontrol was a relatively new brand with a lack of cohesive identity and visuals. Our rebrand helped to reinforce their previous messaging, but created a more dominating clear identity. We created the message "focus forward" as a backdrop for the company ethos. We brought life to all the branding with vibrant color accents, a bold logo and modern typography. All products and touchpoints work cohesively together to create a strong trustworthy brand.Download Brand Guidelines
CLIENT➞ Grace Life Fellowship INDUSTRY➞ Religious
When Grace Life Fellowship was building it's new facility they decided it was time to update their visual identity. We developed the clean mark with a not too in-your-face cross hidden inside the negative space. We gave them bold inviting colors to reflect the church's warm nature. The overall brand we developed matches the bold modern building while staying true to the church's warm grace-filled nature.
Do Good Friday
CLIENT➞ All In INDUSTRY➞ Non-profit
Do Good Friday is a multifunctional hashtag campaign that utilizes the vast reach of the internet and mobile devices to promote acts of service. We created energy and excitement around print and digital collateral for do good Friday, a national event that encouraged Christians to do good on Good Friday. Acts of service were tracked via the hashtag and integrated into web and mobile branding.
CLIENT➞ Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport AGENCY➞ The Day Group INDUSTRY➞ Travel
BTR is already a customer-centric service-oriented airport with a knack for easy air travel. After The Day Group developed the "Fly Easy" message we developed the brand strategy around it to positively differentiate BTR from other airports. We focused on simplicity and bold progressive color in all major touchpoints with a new logo that stands out by becoming a symbol of flying. We moved BTR’s logo and advertising from the ad hoc to a more strategically defined (and managed) customer experience. Download Brand Guidelines