Choi Ophthalmology Logo | Logo design for an eye clinic in Pomona, NY.
Westwood Eye Logo | Logo design for an ophthalmology clinic in Las Vegas. A minimalist design with an eye and a graphic resembling a Chinese character for the doctor’s name. Logo design is very challenging and time consuming, but it’s so rewarding to see our logos on practice signs, booklets, office walls, and everywhere!
Teeth by Keith, DDS | Logo for a dental office in Gramercy Park, New York, NY.
Advanced Dentistry of Woodland | Logo for a dental office in Woodland, CA
Lee Pace, MD | Logo for an orthopedic surgeon in Farmington, CT.
Patrick Hunter Family Dentistry | Logo for a dentist in Spring Hill, TN
Iris Dental Arts | Logo for a dentist in Williamstown, NJ
New Look Dental Care | Logo for a dentist in Gaithersburg, MD
Wisdom Teeth Factory | Logo for a wisdom teeth removal specialist in Houston, TX
Sonora Dentistry & Braces | Logo for a dentist in Sonora, TX
Tapestry Dental | Logo for a dentist in Surrey, BC, Canada
Best Dental | Logo for a dentist in Houston, TX
Castor Family Dentistry | Logo for a dentist in Greensboro, NC
District Dental Center | Logo for a dentist in Washington, DC
Pinnacle Dental Group | Logo for a dentist in Everett, WA
Bay Hills Family Dentistry | Logo for a dentist in Arnold, MD
Arkansas Dentures and Implants | Logo for an implant dentist in Jonesboro, AR
Anderson Family Dental | Logo for a dentist in Winter Park, FL
Litovsky Asset Management | Logo for an investment management firm.
Dr. H Osteopathic Musculoskeletal Medicine |
Logo design for Dr. H Osteopathic Musculoskeletal Medicine practice. Our goal was to create a readable logo that easily spelled the name of the practice and to make the Rod of Asclepius (the snake symbol of medicine) an integral part of the logo. We always enjoy creating typographic logos like this because typography offers many creative options. Most logo designers simply use an icon next to the practice name which divides the logo into two disconnected parts, the icon and the text, that don’t work together and rarely look interesting. A logo should always have an interesting twist to be memorable. So we like to use typography as both text and graphics and to create interesting graphic symbols out of letters of the practice name. That makes the logo more customized, cohesive, and interesting.