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Life Forest

On 20, Oct 2019 | In | By Mary Bean

Life Forest

This logo was created for a new business startup, providing a new, modern concept, to our end-of-life choices. You can learn more here —>

LUX Hair Salon

On 20, Jun 2019 | In | By Mary Bean

LUX Hair Salon

Simple and clean, logo created for a hair studio located in Exeter, New Hampshire. This design was converted into a vinyl window sign for her business. You can learn more about LUX here —>

Mary LydonLydon Associates logoMary Lydon

On 06, Mar 2018 | In | By Mary Bean

Mary Lydon

I helped Mary Lydon with the branding for her consulting company, Lydon-Associates. Mary works with the private-sector, public-sector and nonprofit organizations. Her redesigned website is very clean & professional.
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Three Maples TradingThree Maples Trading

On 21, Feb 2015 | In | By Mary Bean

Three Maples Trading

This is a Colonial Reproduction Hardware website with a shopping cart. I helped my Dad with a logo design and site setup for his business. As someone who had never worked in WordPress before, he did a great job quickly learning how to navigate the admin panel of his new site! —>

Little Angelli

On 10, Oct 2014 | In | By Mary Bean

Little Angelli

Friends of mine needed a cute logo for their boutique. I worked with their existing idea to create this.

Kingston Conservation Commission

On 25, Mar 2013 | In | By Mary Bean

Kingston Conservation Commission

Kingston Conservation Commission is located in my home town of Kingston, NH and oversees development as it impacts wetlands, shorelines and the aquifer. The concept for this logo belongs to my mother, who is very active on the board and a nature enthusiast. I converted her hand drawn version into a digital file.


On 26, Mar 2010 | In | By Mary Bean


I designed the TransConnect logo in 2010 for Marianne and her business partner, Cindy. The logo’s concept was a brainstorming effort between Marianne and I. Simple yet professional, I am happy with the outcome.

Since TransConnect is a translation agency owned and operated by two lawyers—one French and one American, the brochure was produced and printed in both languages.