A good friend of mine has been busy building a tiny house that he’s also going to be renting out so that needed a logo, we’ve got a few versions of whats going on and we’re going to use it in a few different way but for right now this is the basic logo.
A local construction company with needed a strong typographic logo with a subtle addition of the builders lines.
The Canterbury Homekill logo was a reference to the wild west.
The Vintage Peddler were looking for a way to incorporate a bike into the branding.
The Q.C.R. logo takes a William Miller engraving from 1818 and builds a number of layers on top of it.
I was working on a piece for CHK a couple of days ago and was looking at this logo I did a few years ago, I had a little play of updating but it’s not something we are going to pursue at this stage so I’ll just leave it here instead.
I like Illustrator for working with lines that can scale any size, it’s great for logos, text and layouts. It’s fast, powerful and pretty much the other half to Photoshop for me.
Every once in a while I change my logo entirely, it doesn’t really follow a set pattern or evolution, just something that I feel reflects what I’m doing with my design at the time and for now until that time happens again I’m going to run with this baseball inspired handdrawn script.
As it’s almost the new year it’s about time that I updated the logo I have for NZwakeboard.com to make it a bit nicer, newer and cleaner. It’s a part of a bigger change that will be coming thru sometime soon, or when it’s finished.