BrandExtract Recognized in LogoLounge
August 24, 2010
HOUSTON, August 24, 2010 — Five logos designed by integrated branding and marketing firm, BrandExtract, will be published in LogoLounge's upcoming Shapes and Symbols, the third volume from its Master Library series, which features a collection of best-in-field work.
"Having five of our logos recognized in such a well-respected book is an honor," said Guy Parker, Chief Creative Officer, BrandExtract. "We work closely with each client on what their brand stands for and that's reflected in not just the logo design, but everything that follows it."
Will Cunningham, senior designer added, "These logos represent our clients' visions for their company or organization, so being involved in helping them attain that vision is rewarding in itself. But, being recognized like this is an added bonus."
Among the selected works are the logos for web development company, Terminal C; 100-year old Houston-based, leading commercial and industrial construction company, Tellepsen; Clark Condon Associates, a landscape architecture firm; Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory; and law firm Schirrmeister Diaz-Arrastia Brem, LLP.
The acclaimed LogoLounge volumes recognize exemplary work from across the globe, as determined by an international panel of prestigious judges. More than 35,000 submissions have been received in the past 18 months alone.
Since 2008, BrandExtract has had 11 works featured in the LogoLounge book series. It was also listed as the fourth largest graphic design firm in Houston by the Houston Business Journal and named one of Houston's 100 fastest growing companies by the same publication.
About BrandExtract, LLC.
BrandExtract is a brand experience company that provides savvy business solutions and creative, compelling marketing that help clients grow. The company analyzes all customer touch points—from operations and service to promotions and sales—and develops sound, strategic approaches executed with engaging creative that deliver measurable results. Visit BrandExtract.com for more information.
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