Creative Madhouse is thrilled to announce that 14 of its logo designs have been selected for inclusion in the latest publication by logo mogul David E. Carter. The ceaselessly creative minds of the Madhouse are tickled pink about this latest honor, which comes on the heels of the selection of nine Creative Madhouse designs for LogoLounge Volume II.
David E. Carter has published over 100 books on design since 1972 and is a widely-acknowledged master in the field. He started the LOGO competition in 2000, selecting 2,500 logos from a field of 11,000 entries; the published collection was retitled The Big Book of Logos and sold more than 20,000 copies worldwide. Now in its fourth year, the LOGO competition gives international exposure to the design firms whose logos are selected for publication in the latest Big Book. The collections have become indispensable references and sources of inspiration for designers around the world.
The Creative Madhouse designs to be featured in the LOGO 2004 collection include logos all across the stylistic spectrum, from sleek to whimsical, for clients ranging from local hotspots to global hotshots:
Creative Madhouse is a graphic design firm engaged in all areas of creative visual communication. Specializing in corporate identity, print and Web design for companies of all sizes, the Madhouse combines creative vision, playfulness, and practical common sense to bring effective marketing collateral to life. No matter what the scale, Creative Madhouse perfectly fuses the verbal and the visual, blending words and concepts into designs that capture the spirit, purpose and passions of its clients˜and then communicating them with clarity, boundless creativity, and sheer panache.
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