If a picture is worth a thousand words then an effective logo should say a lot. The most basic task for a logo is to define a product or business and give viewers an idea what the company is all about. The image can also convey personality, incorporate history and reflect a company’s philosophy. Oh, and the logo needs to reproduce well, whether on a small calling card or a billboard, on stationery, packaging, website and signage.
Family-owned Crowley Marine has been selling, servicing, repairing boats and helping people enjoy water craft for over 40 years in Denver. Large or small, new or vintage boats are available, as well as motors, trailers, canopies, parts. The logo conveys the timeless love of sailing.
The logo for The Globeville Project was developed for both a book and a documentary film telling the history of the neighborhood. The industries that defined Globeville – the smelters, foundries and meat packing plants – are represented by the smokestacks, while the modest homes of the original settlers are depicted in the story-and-a-half bungalow nestled in the factory. The san-serif type also projects the area’s industrial roots.
The Red Rooster Cafe is located in an
industrial area at 5761 North Washington
Street and caters to working-class folks,
seniors and families. The portions are
generous, the prices are reasonable and
the waitresses call you sweetheart.