Our client is one of the only certified health insurance brokers in town who can help people figure out what Obamacare means for them and their families. We want to make that "personal" in our marketing campaign with a "Talk To Larry" website. This is how we will be getting his name out - encouraging people to come to him with their questions and needs.
We want the logo to have his image but not just a flat picture. A caricature, illustration, pencil drawing, etc could be used. We have two headshots that we think could work well. We would love for this to have kind of an more vintage feel to it.
We need to use the colors ffbc3a and 4dc4cf (a dark brown added in is good on that color palette, too) if possible without being overwhelming.
If you do go with a caricature or a more illustrated version, please bear in mind that we want people to respect "Talk To Larry" but we also want it to be accessible and personal. We don't want or need any imaging about medical or health insurance or insurance of any kind in the logo. We really want it just be the illustrative image of Larry in a "badge" of some kind with the site name and the tagline.
--> http://www.graphicd-signs.com/image…ample5.jpg - we can really see some variation of this working out quite well. With the "Talk to" being above in cursive and "Larry" being in the banner. It is the illustrated image of him that is going to be the challenge.
This logo is going on postcards, signs, banners, possibly billboards, so it needs to be scalable.