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Tony Roni's Tomato Pizza Logo

Problem:

Tony Roni's was creating an e-commerce component of their company allowing people nationwide to order their delicious Tomato Pizza online. They needed a logo that incorporated their existing logo, but added new elements to create buzz around this exciting new brand.

Solution:

Elysium Marketing Group took the current Tony Roni's logo and enhanced it to create a whimsical, eye-catching logo, by including a tomato and the "Tomato Pizza" name, it made it clear to consumers that the new brand was related to Tony Roni's while emphasizing the importance of the Tomato Pie.

Wine Through Wisdom

Problem:

Wine Through Wisdom was a start-up business that had absolutely no branding when they approached Elysium Marketing Group. They requested a logo that reflected the sophistication of wine while still maintaining a look that felt not only approachable, but also appealing to a wine novice.

Solution:

Elysium Marketing Group created a logo and brand with clean lines that is minimalistic, but sophisticated with  a pop of color (the wine glass purple) to achieve that marriage. In addition, the logo itself serves a version of stemless wineglass.

Stein Cullen Family Dental

Problem:

This new start-up wanted a strong, trustworthy logo while still maintaining their family-friendly feel.

Solution:

Elysium Marketing Group incorporated a tooth in a fresh way while using large typeface and an ombré of color to make the logo look bold and family-friendly simultaneously.

The Wheel at Steel Pier

Problem:

The Steel Pier in Atlantic City added an exciting new attraction to their pier (a 227 feet tall wheel!) and needed a modern, versatile logo that would complement the Steel Pier logo.

Solution:

Elysium Marketing Group built upon the colors used by Steel Pier and incorporated a combination of thinner and thicker lines to play up the movement of lights and motion of the Wheel.