New book highlights work of Prime Time Agency

by MBJ Staff

Published: September 12,2011

Tags: book, graphic design, marketing, public relations

GULFPORT — The Prime Time Agency has been honored by having five graphic identities included in the new David E. Carter book, “Trademarks 1 – Bright Ideas in Logo Design from Around the World.”

The logos appearing in the book are for clients Digital Engineering, designed by John Seymour; the State of Mississippi, designed by Jacqueline Nofsinger and John Seymour; Global Axis Industrial Park, designed by Jacqueline Nofsinger and John Seymour; Specialty Machine, designed by Meredith Chase and John Seymour; and, The Quarter, designed by Meredith Chase and John Seymour.

The book includes nearly 2,000 logo designs from around the world, which were chosen from over 6,000 pieces submitted.

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