We just finished this logo for a brand new tee shirt company out of Canada. This was a very quick project since the company already had their initial batch of designs to screen print and wanted the logo to go on the shirts and on their packaging. The young founder wanted the logo design to include both bar bells or weights and the handlebars of a typical BMX bike. Tamra created about 20 rough sketches the day we took on the project, the client picked the one shown in the image, and we created the final logo over two days with a couple more rounds of slight revisions to get it exactly how they wanted it.
OSBEELS approached us to design a logo for use on marketing materials. They especially needed a symbol that could be used for booth decoration when at trade shows and conferences where they were providing information to potential engineering students. We enjoyed this Oregon logo design project — it was fun to figure out a way to describe engineering and land surveying in symbols. The blue color for their logo design came from the blue already in use in their newsletter and on their business cards. The wavy line, curved triangles, and grid lines were all inspired by samples they showed of land surveying and engineering documents.