Here’s a recent project I made for my Process of Art class. I took popular company logos and flipped flopped them with competitor’s logos in Adobe Illustrator.
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The Ford logo is actually better now!
The text for Ford looks to be more weighted, more heavy, more manly…
On a side note, Your brand logo for your name is really neat! The play with forms of a shark are simply awesome (for lack of a more sophistocated terminology). It is very West Coast, beach inspired. How did you develop your brand logo (of your name)?
October 27, 2011 at 5:51 pm
Thank you for the comment, I’m glad you enjoyed my designs. For my brand logo, growing up I had always drawn my name in the shape of a shark when I was doodling in class, I guess I had a certain fascination with them. So when I learned how to use Illustrator, I finally had a way of making it into a real logo. I used the pen tool to draw what I had previously done in pencil, and was pleased with the way it turned out. Thanks Again!
October 27, 2011 at 6:12 pm
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