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Volterra Brand Identity Commercial
Role
Brand designer
Start
20 Jan 2019
Launch
15 Jul 2020
Software
Photoshop/Illustrator

Can you re-design my old logo?

Redesigning something as significant as a company logo can evoke strong emotions for both the client and the graphic designer. When tasked with revamping a piece of a company’s history, the designer must proceed with caution and sensitivity.

I vividly recall the moment when the owner explained the necessity for change, despite the original logo’s craftsmanship and charm. It marked the beginning of a transformative journey, one that I understood would be both challenging and rewarding.

Today, I’m proud to say that the logo stands as a testament to that journey. The new design, featuring a stylized “V” reminiscent of Volterra and a subtle nod to the company’s aviation roots, captures the essence of evolution and progress. While the claim remains unchanged, the brand identity has undergone a remarkable transformation, now exuding a vibrant and captivating orange hue. This journey has been nothing short of extraordinary, and I’m honored to have played a part in bringing this vision to life.

Graphic Design Services and Agency in Boston - Mike adv

Volterra Travels

Ever considered experiencing two iconic destinations simultaneously? Well, time's ticking! It's time to make that dream trip a reality. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey, where you'll explore the wonders of the world like never before. Get it right, and let the adventure begin!

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