Arts & Sciences

Arts & Sciences

For a technology-oriented company that specialized in providing computer systems and services for the graphic arts, B Plus C Communications created a typographic logo that matched up precisely geometric letter forms with a swirling, graceful ampersand. The combination of hard-edged and curved shapes echoed the focus of the client’s business, aptly named for its products … Continued …

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

One of the most famous memorials within the 555 acres of Crown Hill Cemetery, the third-largest non-governmental cemetery in the U.S., honors Mary Ella McGinnis, who died on August 6, 1875, at the age of six. If you stand in just the right spot at the right time of day, her statue appears to return … Continued …

On Your Level Youth Project

On Your Level Youth Project

Through media, multimedia, and in-person experiences aimed at teen audiences, On Your Level Youth Project promotes communication and understanding in a diverse world. B Plus C Communications created a logo that symbolizes the not-for-profit group’s message of bridging gaps among genders, races, and belief systems.

Undon’t

Undont

Because of the importance of building an online presence, naming a new company means creating an identity that hasn’t already been registered as a domain name, which explains some of the (in our humble opinion) downright goofy and contrived names that pop up. For a tech-tutorial website concept focused on graphics software, B Plus C … Continued …

Tangram (formerly Independent Residential Living of Central Indiana)

Tangram

Independent Residential Living of Central Indiana sought to rebrand itself with an identity that more closely reflected how its services and mission had evolved since it was founded. The not-for-profit organization chose Tangram, naming itself after a classic puzzle that challenges you to build shapes out of a set of seven geometric forms, including five … Continued …

Thurston Springer logo revision

Thurston Springer Miller Herd & Titak

B Plus C Communications analyzed our client Thurston Springer’s logo, which required either four or five spot colors to print, including light gold, dark gold, dark blue, black, and an opaque white ink behind it when it appeared on dark backgrounds. We knew we could lower our client’s printing costs by reducing the number of … Continued …

WebeRacing

WebeRacing

ARCA racing team WebeRacing needed a high-visibility logo for its primary car, one that would be easy to prepare on a computer-driven vinyl cutter. B Plus C Communications produced a design that highlights the “W” in the team’s name (also the last initial of its driver) with a look that says “speed.”