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  • Logo Notions: The logo's the thing - identity design takes the stage

    The latest update of CreativeLatitude.com includes the "Logo Notions" article The logo's the thing - identity design takes the stage about logo design for theatre companies.

    - J.
    Jeff Fisher | Engineer of Creative Identity
    Jeff Fisher LogoMotives | Twoot! Twoot!

  • #2
    nice article. Its great to have some true experienced professionals on this forum, who can be incredibly helpful to people just starting out like me.
    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it." -Yogi Berra
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    • #3
      Thanks Alex!

      - J.
      Jeff Fisher | Engineer of Creative Identity
      Jeff Fisher LogoMotives | Twoot! Twoot!

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      • #4
        Awesome article, Jeff. designing for a theater co. That sounds cool. I've often wondered, how do you approach a theater company about doing work for them?
        Me Blog, ya scurvy dog----> http://dreamindex.blogspot.com
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        • #5
          Great article Jeff, seeing the Rocky Horror Picture Show logo made me laugh. My friends and I used to go to that show at the midnight movies when we were teenagers.
          How about a chain pickerel in your bath tub?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by danedawg99
            Awesome article, Jeff. designing for a theater co. That sounds cool. I've often wondered, how do you approach a theater company about doing work for them?
            Contact the marketing or development director of local theatre companies and offer your services. Usually the smaller production companies need the most help. They may not have huge budgets but can offer tickets to their shows as partial compensation. Then "use and abuse" those projects in marketing your work to other larger companies who do often have larger marketing/promotion budgets.

            - J.
            Jeff Fisher | Engineer of Creative Identity
            Jeff Fisher LogoMotives | Twoot! Twoot!

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            • #7
              Is that Comic Sans I see in one of the logos? "Tell momma Goodbye". . .

              Explain yourself Designer!
              (In meanest voice possible while failing to hold back a teasing laughter)
              I don't make mistakes. I thought I did once but I was wrong.

              www.deepanchorgraphics.com

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Crimson
                Is that Comic Sans I see in one of the logos? "Tell momma Goodbye". . .
                Explain yourself Designer!
                (In meanest voice possible while failing to hold back a teasing laughter)
                Nope - it's a font called Lemonade

                - J.
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                • #9
                  swhoo - I was worried for a minute- hehe.

                  Your blog was a good read as always
                  I don't make mistakes. I thought I did once but I was wrong.

                  www.deepanchorgraphics.com

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