Category: Logos & Branding

Non-Profit Logo & Website

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

We were honored to design a logo and website for the New Jersey Victim Resource Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing legal services to victims of crime in NJ. The NJVRC was founded by the attorneys of Foreman & Gray, a prestigious NJ law firm, (more…)

Building the Brand

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

We couldn’t wait to show off the new logo, website, business cards, letterhead and envelope that we designed for Foreman & Gray, a NJ law firm that represents individuals and businesses in the tri-state area. This is a great example of how the team at Paul Kiesche Design can help a business to establish a consistent brand identity. (more…)

mmm… Garlic Branding

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

We really enjoyed redesigning the logo for Shandong Garlic Company, an importer of high quality garlic and garlic products. Based on a previous logo that Shandong provided, which included a very simple garlic illustration, we designed the new logo to have a hand-drawn pen and ink style. The logo conveys a high quality import feel. (more…)

Co-Working Logo & Sign

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

We just designed a logo and sign for our neighbors, Co-Working Long Valley. It was an exciting challenge to design the right elements of style and color for their logo, which represents working together, professionalism, community in a comfortable country eclectic setting. (more…)

The Marketing Dinner Club

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

We recently designed business cards for The Marketing Dinner Club and wanted to show off the new design. Then we realized we were well overdue in introducing the group on our blog. If you are in marketing, you should definitely check it out! (more…)

Back-to-School Wolves

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

We had such a blast developing a new logo for the Flocktown-Kossman School and PTA’s Spirit Wear apparel. When the Parent-Teacher Association for a local elementary school wanted a logo that would include wolves, they came to us. The attitude of the illustration was a challenge. (more…)