Maioriz did a wonderful job pushing us to be creative in our approach to the logo. And was patient and diligent as we tweaked his original design. Thank you, Maioriz - we'll definitely use you again!
Very patient and accommodating. Does great work in a timely fashion. Would use again.
How St. Joseph started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
St. Dismas Archives
What’s your company slogan?
At The Church of the Good Thief
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
- Church closed and repurposed as archives
- Religious (Christian)
- Heritage (old stone church, built in 1894, protected by Heritage
- Ecumenicism (Catholic and Anglican partners)
- Community (Church part of a historic community in Kingston, vital
- Park-like setting (church shares land with new residential
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The client expresses that elements of the building might be useful to use in the logo - thinking the facade, tower, statue of St. Dismas, even the pattern on the roof might offer elements that are recognizable to members of the community and could give a
unique visual identity.
It is important the archival function could be suggested without using any negative suggestions (do not want to imply anything is locked away, secret, etc.).
Attached is a presentation of the church and residential development to give you a feel for the area that the church sits in, as well as some images.
The client wants the main title to state "St. Dismas Archives" in larger font, then smaller font should be "At The Church of the Good Thief"