Studio Lutalica is often involved in small projects for not-for-profit organisations, small businesses or Academic institutions. Below you can find a selection of our favourite logo designs.
Chroma: Pride, Inclusion, Equality Inc. is a community organization focusing on advocating for 2SLGBTQIA+ people in the Saint John Region, New Brunswick, Canada. They promote inclusion through programs and services and address community needs including basic human rights, employment equality, health and well-being, and housing in collaboration with our local community partners.
Studio Lutalica was an absolute pleasure to work with. Not only were they incredibly professional and friendly, but they went above and beyond to make sure that the logo created reflected our ideas and values. I would not hesitate to use them again in the future.
Cecilia is an absolute gem of a person. Their passion for what they do and the way that they support the 2SLGBTQIA+ community through their work is fantastic.
– Alex Ash, Chroma
The Wazzock's Review
Studio Lutalica developed a logo for the Substack newsletter of the writer, editor and academic Grace Lavery. Based in New York, she is an Associate Professor of English, Critical Theory and Gender & Women’s Studies. She explores psychoanalysis, literary realism, and queer and trans cultures, topics she studies in even more depth in her memoir and essays. A political and comprehensive literary style, which you can also discover via her substack platform under the name ‘The Wazzock’s Review’.
For many LGBT+ young people, school can be a place of growth—a “home away from home”—or an environment just as bad as the alternatives. In a series of consultations, young LGBT+ people said that teachers and other staff who understand LGBT+ students could create more accepting environments and help prevent mental health issues. STEP Study is a research project by King’s College London aimed to understand what training is already available to school staff about LGBT+ students. This includes whether training considers other aspects of social identity, focusing on race, ethnicity and religious/faith communities.
See below the iterations for STEP Study logo.
I had the opportunity to collaborate with Studio Lutalica on a major research project for University King’s College London. Cecilia from the team took my requirements and turned our vision into reality. The team was quick with adapting revisions and completed the work on time without compromising on quality. Exceptional service and design. I would highly recommend Studio Lutalica.
– Rafael Rosa