[thelist] Logo Design company graphics

Chris Ditty cditty at gmail.com
Fri Jan 21 16:37:03 CST 2005

Thanks Bruce, but I am not talking about the big corporations.  Places
like that are not going to use a $25-$100 logo site.  I am talking
about the logos your mom and pop sites get.   Do a google search for
"logo design".  Several of the top 5 companies use similar or the same
art work.  That is what I am looking for.


On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 17:31:42 -0500, Bruce McIntyre
<bmcintyre at issgroup.net> wrote:
> Corporate Logos are typically designed by an advertising and Design firm
> that specializes in this sort of thing.  They prepare the original art
> (usually large) and have it photo-reduced to various sizes, colors and
> media for usage.
> Today, if you have the ideas, you can go to someplace like Speedy or one
> of the other printing specialty places, and their artist/designer will
> prepare the original art for you, at a lot less money than the ad agency
> would charge.  At the same time, the designer will propose how to use
> the design on letterhead, envelopes, ads, business cards, etc. and
> produce samples to show to the client.  You can get a preliminary quote
> from them so you can pass the costs along for whatever you need.  In
> fact, you could end up supplying them with all of the collateral
> materials as well.
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> One of my clients wants me to do a logo for them.  While looking for
> inpiration at various design sites, I noticed that a lot of the
> graphics are either identical or very similar in style.
> Does anyone know where people get these images from?  I have Art
> Explosion and the images in it are not of the quality that these are.
> Chris
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