No mistaking what services are offered at the establishment whose logo is my fourth Design Pick of the Week!
Even if you can’t make out the logo’s text on your smartphone screen, the beer pint you see here can’t represent anything other than a good ol’ boys brewpub. Throw in the antlers, and you know for sure that the Thirsty Moose Taphouse isn’t some fancy city bar!
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“Really elegant and mouth-watering” was what one team member said when viewing the home page for this week’s Design Pick. “Yum!” were the words of another. The logo for Dover-based catering company The White Apron is set against a full-screen close-up photo of asparagus on the website – as effective a design treatment as crisp white linen napkins against a rich green damask cloth. I hope you’ll click through to the company’s site to get the full effect when you finish reading my comments about the logo itself….
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For my third Design Pick of the Week, I’ve selected the logo for Windblown Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing in New Ipswich. Owner Al Jenks purchased the land in 1963 for $15,000 borrowed from his grandfather. He was just 16 at the time, and pursuing his dream would have to wait for college and time in the Army Corps of Engineers. He opened for business in 1972.
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We’re starting a new feature on my blog… the Design Pick of the Week! I find there’s nothing like seeing someone else’s clever business logo or billboard or ad or some other graphic design element to infuse my own creativity. I hope that by sharing my favorite discoveries, I can inspire other New Hampshire business owners to infuse their own enterprises with a unique look and feel.
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