Panbo logo, & Gizmo lit for the 4th

Ben Ellison

Ben Ellison

Panbo editor, publisher & chief bottlewasher from 4/2005 until 8/2018, and now excited to have Ben Stein as very able publisher, webmaster, and editing colleague. Panbo is going to the next level in 2019 and beyond.

8 Responses

  1. Miquel B. says:

    “So many gizmos, so little time!” is more like the original saying…
    After all, you can never have too many gizmos.
    The rest of the logo is aces…

  2. Matt says:

    Your download link does not seem to be working

  3. Good edit, Miquel; thanks! “So many gizmos…” is more what I meant, and so it shall be.
    Matt, have to tried right clicking, then “save link as” on the download link? That works for me.

  4. Bill Bishop says:

    Ben, I like the logo, and I can clearly see the binary high low NMEA voltage signature in the wave beginning (or something akin to it). I think it’s excellent,and very distinctive just the way it is. Gizmo’s lights are also cool. I alway let the owners pick the color, so I know it is alway the right color when I install them. I will buy the second hat at the PANBO store, but I can’t seem to find it yet. Have a good long weekend. Bill

  5. Craig says:

    The least expensive way to get a professional logo is at this web site: http://99designs.com/
    You submit a design brief and state what you are willing to pay. Lots of graphics designers who are between jobs submit drafts. You pick what you like best. I’ve been involved with a few start-up companies. Everybody uses this for their first logo.

  6. Boydster says:

    Would like to submit a couple of quickie layouts for your logo but can’t see where to upload.

  7. Good point! Please email to ben.ellison (at) panbo.com

  8. BillP says:

    Ben,
    You should check out crowdspring.com for your design logo. We used this site and were very,very pleased with the result and the entire creative process. How cool to harness such talent from around the world to create fresh new designs.
    You can see the logo we selected from a ton of submissions at marinegreen.com, an effort we’re developing to bring propane-powered outboards to the cruising community.
    Good luck with the project!

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