Although logo design does fall under the category of graphic design, I would distinquish the two. Logo design uses the disciplines of graphic design to create a symbol of a company name or trademark uniquely designed for ready recognition. Graphic design, more broadly, is used to create images that can be more complex and nuanced than a logo. Anything from posters, T-shirts, book covers, packaging, signage, web pages, magazine and newspaper layouts…anything! A graphic designer may use a combination of typography, photograpy, illustration and page layout techniques to produce a final result. I love graphic design precisely because I can use many different techniques to acheive what I want to convey. I also like the fact that a design can be as small as a postage stamp or as large as the side of a building.