Atlanta, GA and Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
LogoLounge®, a website dedicated to logos that allows top designers and design firms to easily share their ideas and concepts with peers and clients, has chosen four logos created by The Robin Shepherd Group to be featured in the fourth volume of its best-selling book series scheduled for release next year.
The Robin Shepherd Group's featured work includes a breast cancer awareness logo and logos for two custom surfboard models for local surfboard company Fluid, all designed by art director Kendrick Kidd, and an Urban Art Warfare logo created by designer Levi Ratliff.
"The logos selected display the versatility and adaptability of our designers," said Mike Guiry, vice president of creative services for The Robin Shepherd Group. "We are very proud to have our work sit among the top designers in the world. The collection is not only an excellent representation of today's best design, but also a great resource and inspiration."
Each LogoLounge book presents thousands of new logos that have been added to the site, providing designers with a timely and invaluable source for design inspiration and a resource for design solutions. It represents an effective mix of large and smaller firms, geographies, budgets and client types. The projects in the book are selected for their quality, timeliness, relevance and inspirational nature. With a total of more than 28,000 logos judged this time around, only 2,000 totally new logos from designers worldwide will be included in the book.
The LogoLounge book, which comes out every 18 months, will be released by Rockport Publishers in February of 2008.
For more information on The Robin Shepherd Group, visit http://www.trsg.net.
The Robin Shepherd Group is a full-service marketing, public relations and new media agency with offices in Jacksonville, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia. The 60-person agency counts Merial Pharmaceuticals, CSX Transportation, Centex Homes, PGA TOUR, World Golf Hall of Fame, Ameris Bank, Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, and the Florida Times-Union among its clients.