10 thoughts on “Brand New Logo (Which Means a Website Redesign)

    1. There’s definitely some night and day in there. (A ‘someday’ at the very least.)

      I also like the feeling there’s a dream turning into reality (in a book.)

      1. Yes, I thought of that one, too — like the idea becoming the visible book. It’s a great logo.
        It looks like your your dream is turning into reality, too, in all of this.

  1. Joel, you never cease to amaze me. Love your design. Does that mean that you will write during the day, and at night? BTW, 4 metaphors. They all have the same meaning, don’t they? Hmm! Success! Blessings.

    1. Thank you! Let’s keep “night” and “day” symbolic, eh? Best Beloved and I have enough short nights without adding another reason to stay up late!

      This site has needed a makeover ever since I used the same custom theme at http://JoelDCanfield.com/ and the new logo was an obvious Step 1.

  2. Well, isn’t this fun.

    I see 5, Joel. It’s all on the black-and-white image, though. For me, it’s easier to see between the lines without the color. Both are great, though, no question.

    Good job!

    1. Well tell us about ’em, Lynelle! I may have put things in there unconsciously. I’ve love to see what symbolism and imagery it brings to your mind.

      And thank you :)

  3. Wow, Joel, I just read the comments above mine here. It’s AMAZING how everyone sees things from a different perspective, even if supremely subtle.

  4. How would you count “the Universe (white stars), moving through the Author (the circle), to the colored stars on the page”?

    This is beautiful, and clearly so evocative!

    1. I like that, Karen. Art is when we pull something from a passing breeze and make it visible to others. That wasn’t intentional, but I suspect it was somewhere in the back of my mind.

      Have you watched Elizabeth Gilbert’s TED talk on capturing art? Beautiful and funny.

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