WSCRC Logo Design

We made a versatile logo for Washington State China Relations Council. The base logo is very minimal, with the Chinese chop of the name of the organization. The Board selected this one because the organization was not ready to deviate too much from their initial logo. The second logo included a space needle, Seattle’s landmark, per the Board’s request. We used the view from the bottom, which avoided the cache of the tower image–it is also a conversation starter in case some of our Chinese friends (or friend from any other country) does not know what it is! At the time we developed this logo, we caught the 35th anniversary of the WSCRC. We took this opportunity to finally draw a vector dragon! The number ’35’ is embedded into the traditional form of a fireball.

East Meets West

 

Space Needle–A Fresh Perspective

 

Fireball

 

Free Consultation

You’ve got a great business going and now comes the fun part! It’s time to market your product, your ideas, and your personality to the world. No matter where you are in the planning process–whether you already have a strategy in place, or are having trouble getting started–we would love to sit with you and talk about the possibilities. We believe that every business deserves good and thoughtful design, and we love helping local businesses to thrive–when we collaborate, we grow together–that’s why we keep our introductory rates at an affordable level. Typically we start with the first identity/web installment, which will cost anywhere from $2,400–$12,000, depending on your unique needs and the capabilities within your team. We look forward to having a long-term partnership with you!

 

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