Logos

A logo is a flag, a signature, a street sign. A logo does not sell (directly); it identifies. A logo is rarely a description of a business. A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic and simple in form, and it conveys the owner’s intended message. A logo derives meaning from the quality of the thing it symbolizes, not the other way around. A logo is less important than the product it signifies; what it represents is more important than what it looks like. [The following are logos that SketchPad has designed.]

Logo-AdyLogo-PALSLogo-Diamond-RealtyLogo-BandofBrosLogo-SPreadyLogo-Pacific-ChildLogo-SPcircleLogo-ArtistBarn
Logo-Ernies-AutoLogo-Elkins-Ranch
Logo-RimoftheValleyLogo-FillmoreReadsLogo-CantuTaxLogo-APlus
Logo-ColbyLogo-Aguirre-FinancialLogo-Farm-WorkersLogo-Rincon-Gardens
Logo-VCCHLogo-LiveWellLogo-Otto-SonsLogo-Sycamore-VillageLogo-Dale-Crockett
Logo-BottomsUpLogo-AveoxLogo-Australian-MigrationLogo-BritishPacificLogo-SPChamberLogo-ArtfulAnglerLogo-CBILogo-SGLogo-CordGrip
Logo-AlbertaLogo-CentralCigarLogo-SketchPadLogo-TopSteelLogo-MuralsSPLogo-TroxellToolLogo-AcademicNetLogo-Iron-Horse