How Do You Make Every Man Special?

Every man is unique. Every man becomes established in his own way. This campaign reflects that. 

The client can offer any client the opportunity to be photographed for this campaign — the more diverse, the more interesting the campaign can become. The campaign can accommodate the famous and the phenomenal; the accountant rock star and the romantic scientist. It can celebrate the individual man, his exceptional voice, his evolving family and his provocative tribe.

By avoiding the too-standard "man in a suit" photo tradition, this campaign reflects both the value of the offering and a diverse customer base.

A second facet of this campaign focuses on the milestones of a man's life. As we establish relationships we become established ourselves. As a man opens a business, commemorates a new family or builds a reputation, he may dress for the occasion, to confirm and announce the seriousness of his intent.  


Create a logo for an existing company that describes translation services offered to scientific and technical communities.


Translation is a process of change. As one language is translated into another, each word is replaced with something new, yet the meaning stays the same. The phoenix is an apt symbol of this process. It dies and is then reborn from its own ashes, taking on an identical form in a new life.

The symbol combines elements of a bird and of flames. Elongated, raised wings recall fire reaching skyward, and feathers are interpreted as licks of flame caressing and creating a reincarnated creature. Placed atop the wordmark, the reformed bird appears to rise from the words beneath — a visual expression of the company's services.

Scientific and technical translation is more challenging, as the final product must be indistinguishable from its predecessor — a mistranslated number or unit of measure can mean the difference between equipment that works as expected and a dangerous disaster. A strong, solid wordmark communicates confidence, both in the company and its product.

Bright red and sky blue colors combine the concept of fire already present in the logo with the technical and scientific applications that require precision services. Shading allows the logo to be used in high-contrast and low-contrast applications.