I had the absolute pleasure of working on a logo for a very unique business local to the South Jersey area. I just love what they're about and I think you will too. Christine of Sharing the Joy of Music, provides piano and vocal entertainment as well as musical activities to assisted living, nursing home and adult day care facilities. She also teaches piano in her home studio. Christine is a very talented lady who I truly admire. The work she does with the elderly is very inspiring. I just love reading about her experiences on her blog - which I highly recommend visiting. The blog honestly makes me want to volunteer at a nursing home. Plus, I just love older folks. Some of them have such great stories! Some of which come through in Christine's posts. For the logo, Christine wanted to show her fun and caring approach to using music as a way to reach out to her audience. Something a bit lighthearted while still professional. The heart/piano logo was my solution which I complimented with a fun, easy-going, script text treatment. The main logo (above) uses a silver treatment giving it a bit of a classic feel as do the simple black and white logo treatments pictured below it. After experimenting with a few colors, we came to the conclusion that the black and white of the piano keys was a strong graphic element that shouldn't change. With that decision, the silver treatment of the rest of the logo seemed natural. Currently, Christine is working on a website for Sharing the Joy of Music which we will post a link to as soon as it's complete. In the meantime, please visit the Facebook page here for updates.