Nonprofit Identities by HollisBC

Elevating the cause.

A logo is a symbol, stamp, or signature that represents an organization’s promise of fulfillment to its supporters and shareholders. This signature implies credibility, accountability, and responsibility, representing an intent to deliver goods and services that meet a certain standard. You’re only as good as your word. Does your identity measure up?

  • Horses heard. Lives changed.
  • Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, formal signature.
  • Museum of Photographic Arts, casual mark.
  • Nonprofit Shopping Mall.
  • The McKay Foundation - philanthropy for the 21st century.
  • MediaAllStars - creating raving fans and uniting communities.
  • Voice of San Diego.
  • Museum of Photographic Arts Vintage 09.
  • Mind Wide Open: Orchids and Onions.
  • AIGA Y Conference 6: Connectivity
  • Adaptive re-use of a building originally built as a Union Hall in the fifties.
  • Challenged Athletes Foundation - enriching lives through sport.
  • Challenged Athletes Foundation - Race for Reason event identity.


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Collaborating with clients. Connecting with audiences. Defining visual narratives. Building brands that engage. HollisBC integrates brand strategy and graphic design with 20 years of business acumen to articulate a brand's soul with focus and clarity. Our equation produces meaningful results that resonate — across print, web and built environments.

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