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Michellena 3.0



Here is the official Michelena logo!

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Here is a logo update, correct spelling and all…Michelena!  Enjoy!


Michelena 2.0
Michelena 2.0

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Hi, Michelle:

Check out these updated logo ideas for Nice Girl Designs:

 Nice Girl Designs v2

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Nice Girl Designs

Dear Michelle,

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Team Molly

Five year-old Molly Anderson has been battling leukemia since May, 2008.  She is a brave young superhero, and thousands of people are cheering her on.  Since Molly has superhero status, we thought it fitting that she have her own fancy superimage.  Check out some ideas for Mighty Molly! 

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Mighty Molly



Mighty Molly


Molly’s own words:

Hi, my name is Molly. I am 5 years old and quite a character. I love super heros and making people laugh. I am super tough and super strong. I was diagnosed on May 28th with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia Tcell (ALL). My treatment is long but I plan to be a super fighter the whole way.

Thanks for supporting Molly Anderson!




Nutrition Works, LLC

Okay, Nutrition Works LLC fans, here is a final round of sketch ideas:    logo_ideas_v06.jpg

Best wishes to you, Maria.
Susan Hendrich


Wow Maria,  you have some great friends with some great ideas!
Check out the UPDATED logo ideas for Nutrition Works, LLC:

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Dear Maria,
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31 thoughts on “Logo Ideas

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  3. Hi susan i am lookin for great ideas for my new company called – speechkraft, which is a communications training solutions company. The tag line is business communications and all that jazz!
    Pls help me create a logo, u seem to be pretty creative:)


  4. Hi susan i am lookin for great ideas for my company which is a communications training solutions company. The tag line is business communications and all that jazz!
    Pls help me create a logo, u seem to be pretty creative:)


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  6. Hello, Susan. Do you make logo to small bussiness? I have a nutrition clinic, and need ideas to do my logo: Carolina Lima – Nutricionista. Thanks, Carol.


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  8. Dr. Hendrich,

    I found your website after a Google search for logo ideas…I typed in “safety net” and found the “safety to fail” image on your site and ended up exploring. I enjoyed looking at your art and musings.

    Did you design the safety net logo? I am trying to come up with a logo for the project I am working on in San Diego that will find medical homes for people who need follow up care after visiting emergency rooms in San Diego…I work for a nonprofit called Community Health Improvement Partners and our project is called Safety Net Connect…

    I loved the logo on your site and wonder if it could be adapted as a logo for our project. I know absolutely nothing about logo development/design, but I thought I would inquire! I hope you will take the time to contact me at the home email address I provided….

    Eric McDonald
    San Diego, CA


  9. I like the butterfly logo. Friendly and playful. What is this for, Susan? Whatever it is, I want a Nice Girl Design for myself!

    Great work, as always.


    Margaret Paulsen


  10. They are ok, not very creative which we need to strive for thats what real designers do, not just the “NORM”. Good use of colour.



  11. Dr. Hendrich,

    You inspired me today with your ideas for living a spicy life and your humor. While I never have been one to “Woo Hoo” like you, I do have lots of uncovered joy (love that term).. Thank you for time and energy.

    Francine Goodman


  12. Susan – thank you for speaking to our club today. You inspired me to “Get Spicy!” I notice that you have some logos posted here on your website. Do you have other examples of your work that I could take a look at?

    Thank you,
    Melissa Archero


  13. Susan,

    Do you offer logo design to small businesses? I like what you did for Nutrition Works and wonder if you can help my company with its brand/image.



  14. Hi Maria,

    The logos all look good. I thought the fruit ones are very cute but I don’t think I would choose those. They are cute but in a child like way. Like somebody mentioned before, I also like the one with the swirl of green/blue/purple with the word “nutrition works” in italics. I think that is more like you. It is simple, professional and sophisticated. Best of wishes and keep me updated . Good luck.


  15. Hi Maria,

    They are all quite good (great work, Susan!), however, my personal preference is to stay away from the use of food (sounds odd, I know). I believe it limits peoples’ view of our scope. I really like the one with the swirl of green and blue/purple – it is eye-catching, simple and classy! Best wishes, and my apologies for taking so long!



  16. I feel many of the choices are “o.k.” but they don’t “look like you.” The site today is missing one or two from my first look at it, I think. Yet another idea— the food pyramid of today, greatly revised from years ago has possibilities????? Or not? The pyramid and all its levels with Nutrition printed up one side and Works down the other side. No real help from here, I guess…. Best of luck with your choice. Ann.


  17. Vilkommen Frau Hendrich:

    Der Sonnenaufgang Orange Dianahrung Arbeitet Firmenzeichen isst 10 Dosen juchzt des Esels!


    Ulf Johanssen


  18. Hi Maria…yes all colorful logs and they look nice…but I am partial to the “more formal” look (aka from a senior citizen’s viewpoint). With that qualifier in mind, I like several: Column 1; nos. 1,6,7…in column 2; no. 2…and in the third column nos. 1 and 5.

    The others are colorful and cute and also well done, but if your clientel age group is more in line with my age group, who knows which they would find more interesting? Quick question: what does your “competition” have for logos??


  19. The two that caught my eye were the one with the lemon and orange slices with the green and orange lettering (same on Jeneen mentioned, I think), and the one with the lighter green lettering with the smaller lemon, lime and oranges slices.

    But all of them look really great! It’s going to be a tough choice!



  20. Hi Maria,

    They really all look great. I have to say that I agree with #5 jeneen, I like the citrus slices. In particular the same one with the lemon and orange slices. I do think that the citrus in any of them makes one think of health and being healthy. The style, word arrangement, and colors of the one with the lemon and orange slices is particularly eye-catching and appealing to me.

    I think you’ll do well with whichever you choose. Good Luck!



  21. hi maria ~ many great logos to choose from. i’m partial to the citrus slices, particularly the one with the lemon&orange slices with green and orange letters. on that one i really like the font, colors, and arrangement…and the citrus imagery always evokes a refreshing sense/thought.
    good luck to you in your exciting venture!


  22. Maria..they all look fantastic! I am partial to the apple,grapes and carrot;but, it would be diffacult to make a firm decision. Good luck! Dot


  23. This is a very good group of logos
    Wow! Use several of them and they will sure to please the public.
    I personally love the shop cart, carrot, bicycle, and grapes.

    Best of luck to you in your new venture. You will dazzle them all with this new logo.



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