Case Studies

Logo Design for an Online Retail Store
Logo Design for an Online Retail Store 848 310 Nick Saporito

The Eskota Exchange will be a small online retail store that offers a wide variety of items made from earthy materials, such as rock and wood. Goal To design a logo for The Eskota Exchange — both a typeface and iconic mark, that can each stand alone and/or be combined as needed — that also…

read more
Logo Design for Equine Osteopathy Provider
Logo Design for Equine Osteopathy Provider 848 310 Nick Saporito

GHOST Equine is an osteopathy provider focused on providing general maintenance, relaxation and conditioning for companion and sports horses recovering from injury. The desired effect of the logo was something that communicated calm, relaxing, professional and trustworthy. The tricky part of this project lied in the name — GHOST — which isn’t meant to mean…

read more
Logo Design for a Realtor
Logo Design for a Realtor 848 310 Nick Saporito

Howard Figueroa is a licensed realtor out of Houston, TX. After coming across some of my Youtube videos, Howard reached out to me for a logo design he could brand himself with. Goal Howard left creative control in my hands, with his only request being that the logo be designed with an elegant and upscale…

read more
Logo Design for a Clothing Line
Logo Design for a Clothing Line 848 310 Nick Saporito

I was recently commissioned to design a logo for Karma City Clothing, an independent clothing line with a tagline of “Influence Your Future.” Goal The aim was to achieve a lockup that was simple, one color (black), sleek and timeless, and could also appeal to a younger demographic. The client already had a design in mind…

read more
Design Insight: Logo for Mark Clement, Personal Trainer
Design Insight: Logo for Mark Clement, Personal Trainer 848 310 Nick Saporito

Mark Clement, an online personal trainer who aims to assist males between the ages of 20 and 35 with reaching their fat loss goals, in addition to providing health, training, nutrition, supplementation, and general well being assistance, recently commissioned me to create a logo for his services. The design brief I received was rather simple and…

read more
Here’s what a $5 logo really looks like…
Here’s what a $5 logo really looks like… 850 310 Nick Saporito

Fiverr is a well known online marketplace that connects buyers and sellers. Sellers provide an array of digital services in exchange for $5. One of the best-selling services on Fiverr is logo design, and being a logo designer myself (who charges far more than $5,) I was curious about what kind of logo I could…

read more
  • 1
  • 2