Logo Design

The visual statement of a company logo goes very far. It affects customers, governments and relationships, as well as employees, candidates, lobby groups and the near-by residents.

Some examples

The Samsonite Company is world-famous for making luggage ranging from large suitcases to small toiletry bags. It was started in Colorado in 1910 by Jess Swayder who named one of…

Small country. Great food. Fevia, the Belgian food industry federation, wants to inspire an enhanced and broadly-supported growth strategy for the Belgian food industry. Initially, a strong food concept for…

In the picture: smartphoto ExtraFilm joined the Spector Photo Group in 1990 to develop a mail order photofinishing concept. The ExtraFilm brand identity didn’t encompass the group’s new digital activities.…

A delicious tradition The Vanden Borre family has been an active player in the world of prepared meat products for more than 40 years. They decided to reinforce their future…

Pruning a tree young will determine its later form. Its future scale and load-bearing power are determined at this early stage. Similarly, a strong company logo can now shape your company’s future development.

An attractive visualisation of the company name is a fundamental requirement for a powerful and discerning company image. The ideal logo stands the test of time and already serves as the basis of your future communication strategy.

Remarkable designs company logos that combine originality with simplicity and functionality, both for logos that we start from scratch and existing logos that we give a maintenance job.

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