Author Archives: Brent Pelloquin

About Brent Pelloquin

A graduate of LSU, Brent is associate creative director at Prejean Creative. He's been in advertising design for more than 10 years and his work has received numerous awards on local and regional levels. A quick introduction to Brent: He’s married with four daughters. Enjoys anything sports related, as long as it's not played on ice. Can be easily bribed with chocolate or World Series tickets. Longtime San Francisco Giants fan. Once worked at a movie theater where he also learned how to juggle. Hopes to one day visit every Major League ballpark and Cooperstown. Favorite colors are PMS 120 and PMS 2612.

An Official Response From LogoGarden.com

Following up on the LogoGarden.com fiasco. We emailed the complete list of our stolen logos to service@logogarden.com two days ago. Today we received an email from John Williams himself with the following statement: First, I appreciate you bringing this to … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Logos Removed From LogoGarden.com

We received a tip from a few designers yesterday that Rackspace, the site host for LogoGarden.com, has a copyright form on their site to request removal of any copyrighted material from the LogoGarden site. I’m pleased to report that this … Continue reading

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LogoGarden Should Be Plowed Under

For everyone following what I’ve now seen referred to as “LogoGarden Gate,” here’s a full list of the logos stolen from the Prejean Creative vault, a total of 28 marks. These include work for a variety of clients, from local/regional … Continue reading

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QR codes. It looks like rocket surgery, but it’s not.

What’s the deal with those white squares filled with little black blocks showing up all over the place lately? They’ve been popping up on ads, websites, t-shirts and every other place information is being passed. They’re called QR codes and … Continue reading

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