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Sowi Zakątek is the name of a place you can rent for holidays. It’s a newly built all-year wooden house located in small village called Baraniec in Poland. There are owls on the property, that’s why logo shows an owl on top of the wooden roof, and at the bottom of the logo mark you may see three stripes which represent forest, meadow and water. It’s because the house is located in a peaceful area at the edge of the forest, nearby the meadow, and there’s a water pond next to the house. I invite you to visit their websiteContinue Reading


One of my favourite business areas for which I like to design logos is linked with health & wellness. It includes also logos for yoga studios or spa centers. Today I’d like to present my 3 favourite unused concepts, which I put on sale at store. Continue Reading


I really enjoyed to participate in the contest of The American Autism Center for their new logo. This is a center that treats kids with Autism with every treatment they need under one roof, from occupational therapy, speech therapy, a special learning school, pharmacy, nurses, diagnostician, dietician, hyperbaric therapy. Instead of describing what I had in mind when I designed that logo, I rather quote the feedback received from the contest holder, who wrote „I see a child, a developing and colorful brain, and a tree of life which represents life and hope.” Maybe to explain a bit more, puzzles are quite commonly used to graphically represent autism, that’s why I created a puzzle-tree. Puzzles reflects the mystery and complexity of the autism spectrum. Also colors are used on purpose, as these 4 colors are used in The Autism Awareness Ribbon, and they represent the diversity of the people and families living with the condition. Continue Reading