Reprint – 30 Lovely Lighthouse Logos for Inspiration


I mentioned earlier that I would like to do an article about lighthouses and how they are used in advertising. This lady, Ainsley Bevis, has researched logos using a lighthouse as the main theme. She has a beautiful collection below.


30 Lovely Lighthouse Logos for Inspiration Posted by Ainsley  |  on November 27, 2012  |  from Bloom Web Design


A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses and used as an aid to navigation for maritime pilots at sea or on inland waterways. When a company decides on a symbol or monument for their business, they need to consider what type of audience to attract with their logo design. A lighthouse is a great choice when wanting to show that you’re business provides safety & strength for their customers.

Here I’ve compiled a collection of Logos dedicated to Lighthouses. These logos work well for these companies and all have unique ways of portraying lighthouses.

 Lighthouse Ministries

Beacon Events


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About The Author

Ainsley Bevis is the owner of Bloom Web Design & Tutorials Share. She is a passionate and mostly self taught, Web and Graphic Designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Besides designing she also enjoys playing guitar, piano & walking her 2 dogs at the beach! Follow her on@BloomWebDesign & Facebook.

Mise Tales Sixteen


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Lighthouse Greeting Cards

Earlier in November I reprinted two stories on the Cape Canaveral lighthouse (story 1 & story 2) by Judy Lovell. One thing you might have missed on her website are her Greeting Cards featuring lighthouses, antique maps and lighthouse history.

Greeting Cards for Online Ordering : A selection of greeting cards of various Everglades, Birds and Lighthouse images laid out with a soft background on the inside. These 5×7 cards come printed on luxuriously thick card stock, folded in the middle. They’re matte with a UV coating that gives the outside a soft sheen. The inside is smooth enough to pen a personal message and each card includes a matching envelope. These cards are shown print ready and so half of it looks upside-down. Don’t worry! That’s just how our printers read them and we promise they will look perfect in-person.

Here is a story on one of the cards: The “Big Diamond” – New Hillsboro Light Greeting Card in Antique Map Series (photo on left above) Continue reading