The building that houses our new office is home to more than just our Plays with a Punch™. I privately teach Latin and English from this location as well, and it’s also a place for research and writing, beyond just my playwriting. So we’ve decided that the building itself needs an identity other than “Kittywham Productions LLC.” After long deliberation, we’ve settled on calling it the Dragonfly Study Center. (Inspired, in part, by the opening line of Gerard Manly Hopkins’ famous poem: “As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame…”)
Our next step, of course, is to put up a sign! As a result, one of the projects I’ve been working on lately is the design of a distinctive logo that will feature on the sign and represent the dragonfly in the building’s name. I’ve finally come up with a few options that I like, but since we can only use one…I need your input!
Here are my three versions of a dragonfly mascot. I wanted a simple, slightly abstract design, and I picked colors that could faintly suggest Hopkins’ words, “dragonflies draw flame.”Does one strike you as the most eye-catching? Or as the most professional, or most fitting for a “study center,” or most suggestive of “dragonflies draw flame”?
Let us know in the comments which is your favorite!
8 thoughts on “Vote! Which Is Your Favorite Logo?”
#2 is my pick….simple, but eye catching and thoughtful.
I vote for No. 3.
#3 is my favorite but #1 seems to capture movement (drawing…to the flame) or action.
#2 and #3 reflect more of a static position.
I love them all, but I think I’m most drawn to option 2.
I like the three dimensional look of #2
I like 2, then 3 then 1.
Thanks, everyone, for your thoughts! I’ll be posting the results of the vote tomorrow.