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Logo Creation Project

Circle Logo
Company name: Bee Sweet Pastry
This made up company logo is represented by the use of circles .the bee is created with an Actually bee that is combined with the letter B as the circle is used on the head of the bee. Then the circles follow creating the letters E, I also integrated the use of the circle on the flower in the P for pastry. This logo was influence by a friend who wants to start her own pastry company and as we always called her BEE I wanted to add the bee in there.
Square Logo
Company name: Box it Up
This company logo is represented by the use of a square. I made up the company to represent a boxing product company. The box under the B of box shows as if the B is being boxed into the box. The use of the arrow on the up just seemed like a nice touch to represent the name of the company. And put together next to a box it will show the audience the actually name of the company.

Triangle Logo
Company name: Liv Cosmetics
This company logo is represented by the use of triangles. I was actually pretty happy with the way this logo turned out. The idea came together with just me being a girl who loves makeup. I followed the idea of the “imaginary lines” that were mentioned in class to put together the triangles into the form of lips. The name just came to me as I like the name LIV. “Liv tyler”. I made sure to integrate the use of triangles ass well in the name.

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