Logo design is one of the most complex tasks that a graphic designer will ever undertake. It is your duty to translate and interpret the fundamental nature of what a company does, and convey it to the world. If done correctly, your logo will be seen and instantly recognisable to hundred, thousands or even millions of people. it has to also be something that looks good on a large screen, in print, on mobile devices and even possibly merchandise.
I’m a fair believer that less is more. I’m a simplistic soul and simplistic design is something that really inspires and excites me. There’s very little else that can compare to the simplicity of a monochrome logo. Instantly recognisable, invertible, and works on any medium.
This is a small collection of 15 monochrome logos that I love! Read More
You guys know at this stage that I live online. It’s my job and I love it. But when i’m not working I still find myself online in one form or another. Whether it’s reading blog posts, writing blog posts, stalking on Facebook, doing tutorials, playing games, researching recipes, listening to music etc, it’s all done online. I often wonder what our lives would be like without this all seeing all knowledgeable tool. Would I be sitting alone in a silent room doodleing to myself?
We tend to know as designers what colours work well together, what colours clash, colour opposites and gradients.
I love seeing families getting together on holidays and making decorations, and at Halloween, there is nothing better than a well carved pumpkin. I’ve scoured the web for some of the best pumpkin carvings to give you and your family some inspiration.
Here are 15 of my top tunes on Youtube for bringing out my creativity. It’s a bit of a mixed bag, but all great tracks IMO!