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As a start-up personal training service in Colorado, they needed a strong visual identity out-of-the-gate to help develop their community, and help drive home the message, they are serious about helping you incinerate your goals. They had an extremely detailed plan on how they wanted their branding to materialize but needed someone to help bring the plan to life.

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In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Los Alamos Landscaping and More wanted a logo that would help commemorate this amazing achievement! To make the occasion as special as possible, we developed a logo kit that was flexible and could be used on anything that featured their logo to make their 20th year as special as possible.

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Created with the lifestyle athlete in mind, Aquevo set out to create natural spring water that could be taken anywhere, anytime, and make a minimal environmental impact. When Aquevo approached Tripass, they already knew that they needed to appeal to the lifestyle athlete. For a little background (let's be honest I had no clue what a "lifestyle athlete" was), a lifestyle athlete is someone who incorporates fitness into everyday life. They said that their market involved a lot of mothers, but didn't want a brand that only appealed to them. It was imperative that we created a flexible brand identity that could change and grow with the company, making sure everything still maintained the adventurous, fun-loving appeal.

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The dog treat start-up Paw Pals was looking to develop a logo for their new brand that would help them attract the young dog owners looking for a quality treat for their four-legged freinds. During the discovery process, they were intrigued by some of the logos featured by some of the most popular pet brands. To avoid the potential of blending in too much, we avoided using a dog bone as the featured shape. The result, a bold badge logo that grabs the customers attention, and clearly identifies them as a quality pet treat brand.

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Local Arizona hip-hop artist, Kai, was looking to take his visual identity to the next level. Originally from Queens, NY, he wanted a logo that reflected where he came from but still maintained some of that old-school look and feel. The final result was a logo kit including a bold script logo, a monogram logo modeled off of the Queens Bridge, and a Cobra "Kai" mascot.

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Located deep in the mountains of Wyoming, Greenspace Landscaping was looking to improve their brand image to reflect their passion for creating beautiful yards. The original logo featured a silhouette of a cottonwood tree and the owner stated they would love it if we could incorporate the original logo to help commemorate where they started. To accomplish this, we decided to center their logo around the cottonwood leaf that wraps around to a silhouette of an evergreen.

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