Friedrich Advertising - Blog

Graphic Evidence

Welcome to Friedrich Advertising's Blog

  • Home
    Home This is where you can find all the blog posts throughout the site.
  • Tags
    Tags Displays a list of tags that have been used in the blog.
Recent blog posts

Posted by on in General
Florence, Italy was the home to the Renaissance period in art. Out of this time came many Tuscan masterpieces in art and architecture. For our Northern Kentucky "Florence" there is bit of a Renaissance happening too. My artistic contribution was this icon representing a redeveloped shopping destination on Mall Road. As the property's stuctures were being brought current from a mid 80s facade, I felt that a geometric, simple look would suite it best. To me,...

Posted by on in General
Logos are interesting. They rest on a business card or hang on the wall for years without notice. Then, like a powder-blue tuxedo at a black-tie event - the spotlight hits them and it's time for a change. If your company is ready to make that move, right now is a great time to do it. Friedrich Advertising is offering a free logo design package to Greater Cincinnati businesses, if you act before April 15, 2015. No clip art here. See logo samples. This ...

Posted by on in General
Pixels and postal might both have a place in your customer's mailbox. Any media manager will tell you that a balance of carefully selected advertising venues is key to reaching a greater audience and obtaining the desired results. Sadly though, most then illustrate reasons why your business should put all of its budget into their most favored media or outlet. In a way, the same is true for online and social media. Today's business and consumer audienc...

Posted by on in General
This is a recent logo project for a Cincinnati plumbing contractor. The following is an illustration of the thought that was put into creating the logo: Subliminal cues from bright green and blue in the color palette suggest cleanliness and positivity. Motion is added to the graphic with the outer edges creating a swirling effect (what every homeowner wants to see when a plumber visits). Finally, retro 1950's type styling suggests the longevity that this f...

Posted by on in General
Jeremy Bernstein is a 13 year old Nagel student/Ayer graduate. On Feb 16, Jeremy suffered a massive brain bleed (burst vessel) which severely damaged his brain stem. After nearly 4 months at Children’s Hospital and many operations and procedures, Jeremy is making progress. While he is still reliant on a feeding tube and has limited movement, he can now respond to questions using finger gestures. Through this limited communicat...

Posted by on in General
Welcome to the new Friedrich Advertising website. This site uses responsive. From desktop, to tablet, to mobile device, its content will resize to a readable scale. The result is no more squinting to see tiny pages on your phone. Ask us about building it into your new site. In 2013, our focus is online media, as it is opening up so many new opportunities for the company that advertises. In order to meet the diverse needs of different businesses, we've div...

Posted by on in General
October 2013 marks my 25th year anniversary of independent graphic design. I've saved every single piece of art that I've created over that time. Every once in awhile I pull out the archives and look at the early stuff. Today it looks as if a high school art student created it. But it was a moment in time. I remember, I couldn't wait to get back to it each day. Back to that 8 inch monochrome Apple SE that I still have. Computers for average workers were st...