Any good books or guides or anything about logo design?
David Airey - Logo Design Love
Rockport - Really Good Logos Explained
Sean Adams - Logo Design Workbook: A Hands-On Guide to Creating Logos
Alina Wheeler - Designing Brand Identity: An Essential Guide for the Whole Branding Team
Sandu Publishing - Logoism
Michael Evamy - Logo: The Reference Guide to Symbols and Logotypes
This is now a request thread. Some rich guy please buy this and upload it here: Monogram Logo: Monograms & Cyphers by Leterme Dowling published at Counter-Print.
Personal logo. I really like how it turned out, but would it be suitable for formal work? Maybe it's too violent/visceral. (Supposed to represent the division of conscience)
So what do you think, /gd/, could a businessman be pushed away by it? Should I formerly use a minimalist glyph instead?
i wouldn't have figured it out without your description, unless you are a motion graphics artist/animator it just doesn't make any sense although i don't necessarily hate it, i think it might be interesting if it was even more crazy something more flat-cartoonish with the eyes outside the circle and an open mouth and a tongue or something like that.
Yeah, that's part of the dilemma. I'm split between graphic design and animation, that's why I wanted to make a logo that would stand on it's own as a static image while still having room for motion.
Also, you're right, the expression on its face is dull. But then again, I also want to use it as a formal logo. I'll tamper with its expression nevertheless.
That's really ... just ... bad.
I'm not trying to be antagonistic; I just can't see what it's supposed to represent, express... or... anything. It's like someone said "Imagine a cartoon face that also combines clouds and eggs."
It doesn't really even look like a polished version of anything.
I'd just throw it in the "useless doodles" folder and start over completely.
alright its like this
i go to a school where one of the subjects is design and i need to color a project sounds easy right? not so much its need to be colored in a way where the brush strokes and other textures are not visible in a way that i quote "looks like its just printed"(it doesnt actually need to look exactly like one solid color the professor allows a little bit of wiggle room but like that pretty much)
so with what method can i do this easiest?
Literally wut..? This makes no sense.
I made $58k this year with graphic design, so I am not clueless.
How can I paint only inside this letter? I've been looking around online, but I can't seem to figure it out. This seems so simple, yet I'm too retarded to figure it out.
can somebody poast a link to this magic please?
This one's for /tv/, but I'm making a few posters for the upcoming 4CC Tournament and I was wondering if you fine folks could offer some contructive feedback
Bad advice, don't listen to this cock monger
This is the best shit I've seen on /gd/ all day, but you haven't specified what kind of feedback you're looking for. Color? Composition? Figure it out, and start asking for more pointed feedback
Who /applying while employed/ here? It's such an amazing feeling being able to turn down companies the same way they used to turn me down.
>Employer e-mails me with a college assignment-tier project PRE-interview
>email them back "That'll be $100 at my hourly freelance rate"
What is the sexiest font on a solid background?
A font that is free to use.
Whats the secret behind profesionall looking logos?
What's the secret behind a professional football team? You hire players & coaches who are professionals in the game, not people that kick a ball around on the weekend.
Same with design. You hire people that know what they fuck they're doing to design it.
New Netflix documentary series about different disciplines of design.
Anyone watched the GD episode, thoughts?
just for fun
could i get some critiques on why its shit?
also, political graphic design thread
>Making and Breaking the Grid
That books a good start, but once you start to get the feel/look how things should flow on a page it'll come easier.
I made middle and right (inspiration from left) in Ps. How do I make the terrain more believable? Also what are some sites I can ask this kind of stuff?
The image on the left isn't complicated ... it sound pedantic, but there's no other way to say it: look at the left, look at the middle. Make yours more like that, by creating the same shapes.
Example: It has trees. You don't. It has shading on the peaks. You don't.
And stop all the filter crap you did on the right.
I'm messing around on In Design trying to create a logo and accidently did this.
What's this called and how did I do it? Looks like it could come in useful, just have no idea how I did it.
i've been workig on a monogram for my name: Agustin Guzman Chispan
what do you think???