We’re about creating stories that hit home.
And when it comes to our logo, there’s a story behind it.
Of course, right?
The logo was designed by our publisher Glenn Selig’s 11-year-old daughter, Drew. She was determined to participate in the creation of this website after hearing her dad talk so much about it.
She took it upon herself to design a logo.
Glenn loved it! He got it to our graphic artist, Adam Farragut, and yada, yada, the rest is history.
See below: how it looked when Drew created it by hand and after Adam tweaked it.
Drew’s Logo by hand:
In the original, Drew incorporated a football, a tie, a soccer ball and a baseball.
In the final, we incorporated a baseball and bat to symbolize sports, a tie for work, a movie reel for fun, and a quarter for finance.
“I am so proud of her,” says Glenn, the ever-doting dad. “When my daughter wants to do something, boy does she do it! We are so in awe of her.”
So, indeed, there is a great back story to the Daddyhood logo!
And now you know.