Graphic Designer Proposed How The Logos of Famous Brands Could Look Like – Design You Trust

Graphic Designer Proposed How The Logos of Famous Brands Could Look Like

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Allan Peters is the Partner and Chief Creative Officer of Peters Design Company. At PDCo he has partnered with brands such as Nike, Amazon and Patagonia.

His work has been recognized internationally by numerous award shows and magazines including Clio, Communication Arts and How Magazine. He is a lover of handcrafted vintage and antique goods and comes alive when scouring small town antique malls and swap meets. In his free time he can be found biking with his four boys around the city.

“As a logo designer, I’m always looking for ways to streamline and amplify logo marks. Of course I do this for all my client work, but I also find find ways to evolve the brands I see everywhere. I can’t turn it off!”

More: Allan Peters, Instagram, Behance

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