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Michael: I like the idea of something like this. In terms of style, the building evokes a lot of Craftsman elements, and I think having something a bit Craftsman in the logo could tie the building into its neighborhood/

MILLER

MILLER (by Michael Spitz) – Beautiful logo. Simple yet sophisticated logo. Bang on.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Yellow clover. Holy Island, July 1901. Pencil and watercolour. Museum no. E.844-1968

060614 yellow flowered alfalfa, wild relative of domestic (blue flowered alfalfa ~ Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Yellow clover.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) - The Willow Tea Room's Double Doors. Wood and Leaded Glass. Glasgow, Scotland. Circa 1904.

Doors for the Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.I have actually seen these doors on several occasions and I love them,

charles rennie mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an architect, water colourist and artist born in Glasgow in 1868 and died in represented art nouveau in the UK. In this design he takes influence from the organic, colourful work that surrounds him.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery collections: Designs for leaded-glass or stencil panels, 120 Mains Street, Glasgow 1900

Copper light fitting by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1902 © National Museum of Scotland

Copper light fitting by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1902 © National Museum of…

More bow-tie than you can handle! The Immortals at Dunure; Frances Macdonald (rear), Margaret Macdonald (left), Jessie Keppie (right) next to John Keppie, J. Herbert McNair (front left), Charles Rennie Mackintosh (front right)

Glasgow Art - The Immortals at Dunure; Frances Macdonald (rear), Margaret Macdonald (left), Jessie Keppie (right) next to John Keppie, J. Herbert McNair (front left), Charles Rennie Mackintosh (front right) - Scotland

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