Designer: Denis Aristov Client: "Perm Fair" Exhibition Center Industry: Event, Forum Keywords: forum, science, education, molecule, structure, complex, blue
Designer: Denis Aristov Client: Caspian Flat Glass Industry: Production of Flat Glass Keywords: Caspian, flat, glass, production, c, f, g, initials, raster, dots, transparency, blue
60 west is a modem serviced apartment and hotel conveniently located near the central business. It is perfect home for hong kong's busy and discerning executives who pursue taste of life in fully serviced apartments with an array of deluxe facilities.
This is a logo for accounting software for small businesses. The logo is not just a book (accounting), but also a laptop.
Redesign of the church's old logo in a stylized, illustrative manner, making it more welcoming, contemporary, friendly, casual, & upbeat. Client specified a rendering of the church’s architectural arch and cross in the perspective in this photo, and required an emphasis on the church's nickname, “First Pres."
Here, crisp, exacting vectors emphasize the architectural soundness of the church — a metaphor for the concept of faith as the solid foundation in one's life. This design makes use of hatching to add gradient dimensionality, enabling it to easily reduce down to 1-color. Colors are indicative of the building itself, including terracotta roof. Check my Flickr case study or Dribbble for more images, detail, and full design rationale.
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An charity that installs wells in Liberia, Africa. They have transformed approximately 13,500 lives in multiple communities/villages by providing clean water, sanitation education and even food!
The original logotype had a swoosh to it, so we wanted to make the next logo an "evolution", or "next step" in its look.