Logos by Studio 119 Degrees
Parsons Water Logo:
A recent logo Studio 119 created for Rick Parsons of Parsons Water, a water resources consulting service in Colorado. Visit their web site at www.parsonswater.com to learn more about their company.
DexKnows.com Android App Icons:
While these aren't really logos, I thought I'd include them as visual reference for people possibly needing any Android application icons developed. These were created for version 1.0 of the DexKnows.com Android app, which is a mobile device for those of you who aren't familiar with them. Be sure to click on the thumbnail to see all icons that were created. All icons were created in Adobe Illustrator and required careful detail work to adhere to Android icon specifications.
Studio 119 Logo Throughout the Years (Version IV):
Yet another logo edit and the current logo that we utilize currently. This time we updated the logo to a more contemporary design with a reflection effect added in front. The degree(°) symbol added to imply the now-missing word of 'Degrees' in the logo. We also removed the square blocks behind the lettering to create a much cleaner look.
Studio 119 Logo Throughout the Years (Version III):
I had forgotten about this logo, but found it again as I was looking through my archives. I had seen this font called 'BubbleDot' and just had to incorporate into a design somehow and this was my opportunity. Looking back, I see this logo as a progression to the next, 'Version IV', logo we currently use on the web site.
Studio 119 Logo Throughout the Years (Version II):
Then we decided to update the existing logo with something more visually appealing. The same basic feel of the previous logo is still there, but slightly enhanced to create more depth.
Studio 119 Logo Throughout the Years (Version I):
This is the way our logo looked way back in 1999. A simple, neutral-colored design that was used for perhaps 4-5 years on all of our letterheads, business cards and even our web site. Vertically striped lines now behind Studio & Degrees, an inner drop-shadow within the 119 numbers, and slightly different shades of gray were what made this logo stand out in our opinion. We used it in all of our collateral for about another 4-5 years.
Lyntal Homes Logo (Final Version):
This was a logo we developed for a local Colorado home builder. The thought was to incorporate some grids and lines from a design plan or blueprint into the logo and I feel we achieved this in the final logo. See more versions of this logo as we were in the process of refining it with the client by clicking on the logo itself.