This design was perfect from conception. Each leaf is unique and the design is very versatile. They put an exceptional effort into showcasing how the logo would be used in a variety of applications. Their ability to take art direction is above average and their willingness to put in more than necessary made this designer a winner.
Great to work with once again. Timely, professional, and awesome final product. Thank you.
He got us a perfect design for our bakery supply brand, with a lot of adjustment trys we finalized it really quick. communication was quick responsive.
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PROTEA stands for Program for Research, Outreach, Therapeutics, and Education in the Addictions. We are a group at University of Wisconsin focused on these activities to reduce the inidividual and public health harms attributable to substance misuse and addiction.
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The protea is a flower symbolic of change, transformation, diversity and courage. It signifies daring and resourcefulness. Word origins:
“Proteus knew all things—past, present, and future—but disliked divulging what he knew. Those who wished to consult him had first to surprise and bind him during his noonday slumber. Even when caught he would try to escape by assuming all sorts of shapes. But if his captor held him fast, the god at last returned to his proper shape, gave the wished-for answer, and plunged into the sea. The captor in Homer’s version (Odyssey, Book IV) was Menelaus; in Virgil’s telling (Georgics, Book IV) it was Aristaeus who tried to hold Proteus. Because Proteus could assume whatever shape he pleased, he came to be regarded by some as a symbol of the original matter from which the world was created. The word protean, one meaning of which is “changeable in shape or form,” is derived from Proteus. Proteus represents the soul. During the Renaissance, the myth of Proteus was one of the most popular tales bespeaking the ambiguous nature and many visages of the soul. The figure of Proteus is a container for all the various archetypes of the unconscious.