Main Logo Design: Monster Media
About: Advertising, Agency, Communications, Media, Marketing
Advertising logo – Monster Media Marketing.
Monster Media advertising agency markets themselves as being at the forefront of the digital media revolution with their flagship interactive product, MonsterVision – a patented systems that creates dynamic interactive displays in high-traffic areas that engage and captivate consumers. All Monster Media applications – GroundFX, WallFX and ScreenFX – allow people to directly interact with large projected ads using only their body movements. These highly effective ads can also be changed remotely, allowing clients to target specific audiences at different times of the day or by individual markets. Monster Media’s initial product, Turnstile AdSleeve, creates a highly-visible, cost effective display that consumers cannot miss as they enter major sports, entertainment and mass transit facilities both in the US and around the world. Monster Media has built an extensive network of sports & entertainment venues, airports, hotels and transit systems that feature our products throughout the United States and across the globe. More advertising logos here.
Inset Logo 1 – In Store Media Network (Grocery Store Communications & Entertainment ) ISMN designs marketing campaigns and advertising animations for in-store advertising monitors, TVs and kiosks. Their Primary advertising venue and distribution network is through upscale grocery stores, so we designed a logo that combined both a simplified TV and shopping cart. The logo design was simple enough for most kinds of reproduction (see a case for simple logos for more), while memorable enough to retain viewer recognition when the logo was flashed on checkout counter cashier monitors. The mark was also designed to be used on Logo T Shirts.
Inset Logo 2 – Ze Prod TV/Web Production Ze Prod wanted a simple logo that encompassed all their activities – both TV media production and web marketing. Rather than delving into a full blown illustrative treatment, our designers developed a simple icon that ‘hinted’ at the shape of a monitor/TV screen. This fit the bill for both computer and standard TV icons, and the funky font treatment added an ‘informal’ theme to the logo.