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This logo takes the form of a rebus, with the first letter shape symbolizing the rich history and tradition of Philipsburg. The second letter shapes symbolizes a strong and modern business community, while the I in Incubator is replaced with an open and friendly eye looking toward the future. The result is an image that conveys strength, diversity and playfulness while capturing the gaze of the viewer. 
This playful, rounded logo uses overlapping egg shapes to symbolize emerging businesses. The idea of an incubator is realized within the growing and maturing shapes of the egg with the smallest one only present as a white shape, symbolizing an idea that has not yet reached solid form. The color scheme follows this idea of growth and maturity, going from white to yellow, light and dark blue, but also suggesting roundedness, showing that this is not just a flat concept on paper, but a way to bring ideas into a tangible realm. 
This geometric, minimalist logo was inspired by the shapes of traditional wooden building blocks to symbolize the first steps of building a solid business foundation in the community. The diverse shapes come together in different combinations within a perfect square to form the basic letter shapes of the initials for PBI. The color scheme underlines this diversity, where a lighter blue stands for emerging businesses, the darker blue for experienced partners and the yellow for a bright, sunny future.
This dynamic triangular logo was inspired by the reflections of letters in shop windows. the angular shapes and letters are arranged in an almost free flowing way to symbolize the different parties that come together to create a successful business environment. New entrepreneurs, seasoned veterans with invaluable knowledge and experience and finally the local community. They are represented here as equal but distinct partners contributing to a greater whole. 
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Luciano Sormani

PBI logo submissions

Four logo submissions for The Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership (MVEDP) and Centre County Philipsburg Business Incubator (PBI)
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