Saving Face Logo Design
Creating a gender-neutral logo for a nonprofit that works with people who have faced or been a victim of negative plastic surgery experiences.
Saving Face is an initiative by Face2Face Healing to help people who have suffered from negative experiences with plastic surgery.
For this logo, I wanted to use the negative space in the organization's name to show different faces as a nod to the name of the organization.
The color scheme is teal and black because they're soft, gender-neutral colors, and the audience of this initiative is not supposed to be only women; it can be men too.
In this logo, the first person in the S is looking down over their shoulder with a soft expression. Then, there is a second person in the F of Saving Face looking towards the first person. Both figures are meant to be gender neutral or your own interpretation of the gender.