City of Hogansville Formally Adopts New Logo
In its 150th year, the City of Hogansville is getting a makeover.
On Tuesday, the mayor and city council formally adopted a new logo; the decision came after the City held a public contest in which local artists were encouraged to submit their own logo designs for consideration. A public vote was then held on selected options.
The City announced the new logo on Facebook Tuesday.
“Below is the new logo that was selected last night by the City Council as Hogansville’s new logo,” a Facebook post containing a photograph of the logo reads. The City also updated their profile photo to reflect the new logo. “We are happy that this logo will soon be seen on the City’s website, business cards, letterhead, vehicles, uniforms, and more!!” the post concludes.
Shannon Belletti of Troup County designed the new city logo, which features a depiction of a graceful green hummingbird flying over the city name. In a statement expressing her gratitude to the City, Belletti praised other artists who submitted their work in the logo contest.
“I’m so thrilled that the City of Hogansville selected my logo design from among so many wonderful submissions,” Belletti said. “We have some truly talented artists and designers in our community, and I love that the City chose to reach out to us for our input and designs.”
Belletti then spoke of the inspiration behind her design.
“I chose this design because it honors the color scheme and traditional lettering of the previous logo but in a more modern, clean layout,” she said. “And like many of the other designers, I knew I wanted to incorporate the hummingbird imagery that is already seen throughout the city and part of the Hogansville identity.”
Those interested in logo design work can reach out to Belletti at www.belletticreative.com.
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