Getting to know a brand (or brand-in-the-making) and designing a logo and identity that reflects a company's mission, vision and values is a big responsibility—and an even bigger treat.  

Logo design for a low-carbon housing program in Mexico. The program was featured as one of the United Nation's Momentum for Change Lighthouse Activities.
Logo design for a bilingual personal trainer based in Brazil.
Logo design for a restaurant in Washington, D.C. (Adams Morgan).
Logo design for a country-wide initiative that takes a systemic approach to addressing climate change, social inequality and post conflict challenges in Colombia.
Logo design for a restaurant in Washington, D.C. (Capitol Hill).
Logo design for an energy innovation contest.
Logo design for a store mapping service in Brazil.
Logo design for climate change and youth innovation contest.
Logo design for a social enterprise parter.
Logo design for a grassroots-gourmet micro-bakery.
Logo design for an agricultural gene bank in Brazil.
Logo design pitch for the city of Paraty.
Logo design for a Brazilian grassroots honey company.
Logo design for the Inter-American Development Bank's private sector sustainability program.
Logo design for the Inter-American Development Bank's Facebook bike community.
Logo design for  a scholarly e-journal, with focus on book studies.
Logo design for an agricultural innovation marketplace.
Logo design for a pilates instructor.
Logo design for a kid's art studio.
Logo design for a small soccer club.
Logo design for a kid's photo studio.
Logo design for a theater project in Washington, D.C.
PigmentD philosophy on logo and identity design is old school: 

A logo must be scalable. It must look good when made huge (on a billboard) and retain it's essence when tinny (on a twitter icon). It must print well no matter the printing process. A logo's identity system must be adaptable and convey an uniform brand experience over each use.

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