• Dave Moser Photography

    Displeased with the bland logotypes and overused tropes of many photography logos, eccentric photographer Dave Moser’s said “I don’t want to look like a photographer.” His identity was inspired by his love of travel, his relentless pursuit of great pictures, and his offbeat persona. Rest assured, Dave is fully equipped in his flying machine, forever searching for his next adventure.
    Created while at Partners Design, Inc.
  • Serratelli, Schiffman & Brown

    Harrisburg law firm Serratelli, Schiffman & Brown provides legal services in all aspects of family and business law. Their identity reinforces the unique solidarity of its three longstanding partners: Lori Serratelli, Steven Schiffman, and Michael Brown. Its interweaving characters highlight the cooperation between the partners and their associates, and speak to the team approach they have practiced for over 30 years of committed service to their clients in Central Pennsylvania.
  • Fromm Electric Supply

    The Fromm Electric Supply logo presents a bold, professional image for this industrial and commercial supplier. An “F” placed on a angle becomes an upward arrow, portraying Fromm as a forward thinking company. The arrow is infused with a lightning bolt to further instill ideas of speed and power.
    Created while at Partners Design, Inc.
  • Brass Monkey Studios

    Brass Monkey Studios specializes in unique and original tatoo and body art. Owner and operator Frank McManus' requested a logo that is both "awesome and bad-ass." No animals were harmed in the creation of this logo.
  • Viaduct Greene

    The group behind Viaduct Greene dream to reclaim and revitalize sections of the Philadelphia Railroad and Reading Viaduct into a greenspace suitable for a public walkway and park. This unused three mile long artery offers extraordinary connectivity between center city, and many diverse neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Their goal is to transform this structure and its spontaneous vegetation into a vibrant public park, much like the High Line in New York. The logo was inspired by the mass of wildlife growing from the long-defunct railroad bed.
    Created while at Partners Design, Inc.
  • Colonial Oaks Foundation

    Two-oak leaves combine to create this warm-hearted identity for the Colonial Oaks Foundation, an outreach and philanthropic organization to the greater Reading, PA area.
    Created while at Partners Design, Inc.
  • More Logos

    Presented here are logos for: Tenth Street Therapy in New York, Sustainable Berks Business Network in PA, D&H Meats in Reading, PA, Neater Pets in Malvern, PA and Arch City Defenders in St. Louis, MO.