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How dr.tuckwood started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
DENTAL CARE Lindsay Tuckwood
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Dental Care - I treat patients of all ages, providing all aspects of dental treatment. I provide a caring, soothing environment for my patients, and treat them as though they are my family members. My practice is small and intimate, right in the heart of downtown London, Canada (not London, England!)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I would like a logo that could also be suitable in just black and white for printed handouts and simple stamps that I often use in my office.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is my office - an older brick building in downtown London, Canada. The outside is older and traditional, but the inside and the technology inside is up-to-date
I like that the tooth is subtle and that nature is referenced. London, Canada is known as the Forest City and has a river running through the centre of the city. This logo would also work without colour fill for a stamp, for example
This is similar to the previous, but doesn't reference nature as literally. The tooth is also not overly obvious.
There are many maple trees in London, Canada. I like the stylized leaf
I like the colouration within the tooth and the shading, and the design also works without any of that and just black lines
Stylized molar... not too obvious a tooth. I don't necessarily need a tooth in my logo, but if a tooth is to be included I like it to be subtle
The tooth is fairly obvious, but the idea of "sneaking" a tooth shape or reference into the design is cool
I love this idea (not the yin yang reference though). My last name is Tuckwood, so having a letter T somewhere would be nice
My initials are LT so a subtle logo based on my initials is another approach I'm interested in
Last name is Tuckwood. The detail inside the T is an interesting idea.
Another LT concept. I don't like the thick, rounded font, but I see potential with the idea. Maybe even with the silhouette of a tooth in the middle instead of the square...
My esthetic is clean, natural, and unique, and I'm not afraid to step outside the box. London, Ontario in Canada (not London, England!) is known as the Forest City and has a network of rivers running through the city. My dental office is located right downtown, in an old brick home from last century (the outside is older but the inside and technology is up-to-date). I love nature and am naturally drawn to that idea, plus I am eco-conscious. My name is Lindsay Tuckwood, so maybe something based on my initials or the letter 'T' would be another direction. I would ideally like a logo that works both with and without text, and one that can be simplified to just black and white for paper printouts and stamps I use in my office. There are so many typical dental logos out there based on the same tooth shape... I want to step away from that, but of course my field is dentistry, so I don't mind subtle references or stylized teeth.