|cause design co.,
& james gott design,
kootenay alpine trekking
Long before DNA, we knew that nature's manifestation of individualism existed everywhere. A thumbprint certainly spoke to the uniqueness of a human being, but the rings of a tree or the mapped topography of the land were equally effective marks of singularity. These patterns are immediately recognized for what they are even though each holds a clue to the originality of the entity.
Combining these thumbprints of nature as a surface treatment on a mark is seen as a way to address the unique and peculiar aspects of a client. Or it may be a way of indicating that every client or product or relationship is respected as individual. These prints are also the universal leveler, as everyone has one regardless of our station in life. The print of every individual, regardless of wealth, religion, race, education, sex, or any other divisor, looks pretty much the same, but at the same time, each is unique – an imprimatur from Mother Nature.