Here is my logo...a friend of mine is a freelance graphic designer and photographer. She left graphic design to pursue teaching, but still does some work on the side. I really love it, and so many people compliment me on it! My company name is "CAYKE" which is short for "Cayman Cake" .
Is the Logos Forum crashing again???...It said it did not exist when I tried to get in through my email link.....NOOOOOO!!!!!
you are all so creative! what professional logos.
May I ask how you created them?? Did you hire someone out for the job, or did you use a particular software? I have a logo in mind, but have no idea how to recreate it graphically.
Those are some great logos. We have a friend who is a graphic design artist working on ours. I can't wait to see what she comes up with!!!
I'm brand new to Cake Central, a couple fondant cakes done, and 2 more on the way, its my new passion...
But I'm a Graphic Designer first... so if any of you are looking for someone to help with logos or websites, msg me... I'd be glad to help...!
These are all beautiful. If I may ask, where did you get them? Did any of you design your own? I only ask because my brother in law is in amazing artist and I would love for him to draw up my logo idea for me. But how would I get that LLogo on the internet and business cards, and labels for my cake boxes?
My husband does some REALLY great logos if you need one, or if you need yours updated. Benjthorpe@verizon.net He did mine but I can't make it public yet until we register a trademark
Great Logos everybody. Question that I have. I don't have a logo but wondering when I decide to create one do you have to pay for any licensing feels to use the actual font. I see some of the logos here have some nice fancy fonts so wondering what one needs to do to use specialt fonts on logos. If anyone knows would love to hear from you.
Here are mine. Confection Perfection is a fully registered company. Noodle's Noms are for our all natural dog treats. Not sure if I'm going to make that a completely separate venture yet or keep it as a brand under CP