Ernesto Yerena Montejano, Website Logo Design

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Website Logo Design on Brick Lane, London

A logo designed by internationally acclaimed artist Ernesto Yerena Montejano is like branding by the Andy Warhol Factory. His iconic style encompasses the mass produced stencil-art that abounds on graffitied streets and in edgy art galleries worldwide.

A collaborator and contemporary of street-artist and entrepreneur Shepard Fairey, Ernesto is also based in California. His beautiful images feature in print and online art publications such as Juxtaposte and the Warholian. Ernesto also exhibits and sells paintings and graphics worldwide.

The logo Ernesto designed for my business is contemporary and unique.  The cut-out design, and warm earth colours create an original and easily recogniseable logo for my web design business. Made into stickers, it has created an alternative to handing out business cards to potential clients. It also enables an unconventional form of advertising (as pictured above), including leaving stickers in public areas,  notice boards, and wherever (legally) promotional material can be found.

A great design like this can go a long way to establish and promote a brand, and to inspire other promotional materials for your business, such as advertising or a website.

If you need a logo, contact Ernesto here

If you need a website, contact me here.

Thanks for reading ! Jana

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By Jana Sebastian

19 thoughts on “Ernesto Yerena Montejano, Website Logo Design

  1. A logo is the first thing that your customer is going to see. You want a logo that catches their attention so that it sticks in their mind. That way next time they need services that you offer, chances are they will remember you.

    1. Ernesto did a fantastic job with this logo, he added the burgundy to the orange colour in it, solving the ‘colour scheme’ dilemma for my website.. The strong logo sets it apart from purely a ‘graphic design’, as Ernesto is mainly a fine artist as far as I am aware..

    1. Yes, Andy Warhol had a great branding strategy, and the best attitude to business; ‘being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art’ !

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