Lynch and Heidelberg Consultants

by wiking • Uploaded: May. 20 '09

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Description: Corporate Merger Consultant company logo consisting of an "l" and an "h". Comments welcome
Status: Client work
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penflare May. 20 '09

that is awesome, great job

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wiking May. 21 '09

Thanks for the feedback guys. To be honest with you that was a very %22demanding%22 client and we presented more logos than you could possibly care to imagine, all of which were shot down and I left the client presentation scratching my head. So there I am on the way back from the meeting, frustrated and stuck in traffic and I look out the window of the car and bingo!

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mabu Jul. 17 '09

Totally love it.

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gyui Jul. 17 '09

wiking, really creative solution, congrats. I initially thought it was too playful for a merger consultant firm, but hey if they like it, win-win for everyone!

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sdijock Jul. 17 '09

Very clever. A refreshing mark for such a dry line of business. Congrats.

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wiking Jul. 17 '09

Thanks mabu, gyui and sdijock!!

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alldesign Jul. 17 '09

Super nice -- works on a lot of levels. Gains interest, captures attention...all the things you want a good logo to do. :)

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wiking Jul. 29 '09

Thanks alldesign!!

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JoePrince Oct. 15 '10

Thought I floated this a long time ago...dig it!

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ClimaxDesigns Jul. 25 '12

Can you use a street sign like that though? I mean can you really trademark that etc? I'm not being sarcastic I really don't know. Interesting concept.

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ClimaxDesigns Jul. 25 '12

09 lol sorry, moving along

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wiking Jul. 27 '12

@David - that one of the benefits (and frustration) of designing for a merger firm, tonnes of lawyers to double check everything. I know they had 2 lawyers look into the legal usage of the merge sign and apparently it was ok'd.

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Quackcom Dec. 11 '15

Brilliant!! This epitomizes what a mark should be, simple, identifiable while capturing the essence of what the client does.

Such a great feeling when that perfect idea hits, huh?? That's what I'm chasing. ;-)

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