To help promote my gardening business and this blog with some unique logos, I recognized the need for some graphic design talent. My niece Jillian Sliter just happens to be one of those talented designers. Of course, I am biased. Check out her Behance portfolio to check her out.
Logos Created for my Business and Blog
Jill designed this logo a few years ago when I decided my feeble attempts did not have the impact I was looking for to promote the website for my gardening business. Although the website is no longer up and running, I share many of my successes on the previous link.
More recently Jill designed a unique logo for Loreeebee, this blog. As requested, it incorporates my love of nature and gardening as well as the name of the blog:
Let me know in the comments section what you think of these logos. I love them!
Seniors Home Transformation
In addition to my logos, I was also impressed by the transformation Jill’s graphic design talent created at a nursing home in Barrie, Ontario a few years ago. Check out this video of the before and after pictures at Kempenfelt Court, a member of the IOOF family of nursing homes and the lucky beneficiary of Jill’s artistic talent and creativity.
St John Ambulance Therapy Dogs
Another accomplishment I am aware of is Jill’s creation of this sticker, promoting St John Ambulance Therapy Dogs:
Contact Information for Logos and More
If you have a business or blog you need an inspirational logo for, contact Jill. Her talents can also be contracted to create posters, business cards, brochures, websites, and more.
One of the great things about having lots of siblings (I have five) is watching our incredible children (fifteen in total) grow up and stretch their wings in pursuit of their dreams. They are all very talented in their own way. Grandma and Grandpa Sliter would be so proud!
We seem to have an artistic streak running through our family tree. My first cousin Jerry Carton was a professional artist, so talented with many artistic mediums. His website, maintained by his daughter, can be viewed through the link to a previous post above or directly online.