|Here are some
examples of logos and printed materials I developed.
Click on each picture to view a larger image.
a company entrusts me with the design of their logo,
I take it very seriously. I interview you, take
information that describes your business, sometimes just a
few words or a phrase, and create positive, descriptive
imagery. Then I find or design the font and typography
that accurately represents your company. Do you want bold
and established, easy and accessible, high-tech and
cutting edge, or youthful and edgy? I can provide
several variations or themes depending on your needs and
All logos shown are the property of their respective holders
|This is a logo that I designed for
Randallstown Animal Hospital.
|This is a logo designed for a
proposed sandwich shop.
|Do you need a vinyl wrap for your
vehicle. I can design an eye catching wrap to promote
your business. The image on the left is the mock-up
and on the right is the actual truck.
|The image on the left was designed for the Opel Association of North America. It was used on mugs, mouse pads and tee-shirts.|
|The right hand image was used on the poster The Battle of the Titans available from Autosports Marketing Associates, Ltd.|
|These covers were designed to give
the authors a three dimensional visualization of their
|The picture to the right was
created for Phelps Industrial Products,
to announce their Family Crab Fest.
|This composite image was designed for DRS Signal Recording Technologies, Inc. manufacturers of defense technology, They needed an image that showed the versatility of their equipment.|
|The bill to the left was designed for a beach towel for the Bank of Maryland. It needed to look like the then "new" 100 dollar bill. It had to be designed to print clearly on terry cloth.|
are the book covers and bookmarks for a book series by
|These book covers were designed for NEMA. The Little Book of Parenting is a brief guide to parenting designed for the young first time parent. In a Flash is a companion book to the film of the same name, designed for children 8 to 12.|
|Designed for Interoffice Express LTD, the image on the left was used instead of a photo to show the detail of the dial and its markings.|
|The flier to the right shows the frustrations of and solutions to office computing.|
|This cover, designed for Phelps Industrial Products, Inc. presented many design difficulties. The customer wanted to show the various grades of gasket material that are designated by color. They also wanted the logo of the manufacturer and their own logo. This added four logo colors to the four gasket colors. Plus add two color photos showing two more material types and colors to the mix. The trick was to arrange the colors so that each group remained separated and on a neutral background. Fortunately one of the gaskets was gray!|
|The label on the left was designed for Jilly's Chilis, a homemade salsa, it was sold in local chain stores .|
|The ad on the right was designed for a novelty hot sauce. I created both the label for the hot sauce and the ad.|
Mark Norwood - firstname.lastname@example.orgAll logos and trademarks are the property of their respective holders
P.O. Box 81
Randallstown, Maryland 21133
last updated 8/6/2012018
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