Originally, it was conceived as a logo for a medical marijuana brand. The design shows a beaver ship captain "tripping" on his trip.
This is the logo we designed for our ranting blog which discusses sports, booze, and general tom-foolery. It's a play on words for Mount Rushmore, as there are four of us.
The Printing Company I work for recently rebranded. This is the logo I designed for us and we currently use.
The client want it a Latter logo something luxury and elegant with the GP so our designer figure it out a unique and great way how to connect Those "GP" and the design got a luxury and modern touch. www.prowaystudios.com
This logo represents a local heating company who supply plumbing services, underfloor heating and general boilers. The logo represents the water being heated up in the shape of a flame pilot light.
A concept made for a investment fund in the appalachian region - strong mark showing the past and the future of the region - coal mines, factories, business ect.
Grupo Venda Modus is a housing and auctioning group. Spot Creative Media designed the new identity, refreshed and updated their current website.
Hi, friends! My new logo for transatlantic shipping company, icon symbolizes package and wings, which means fast and secure service.
This is a logo for a completely fictitious entity named IMPORTL, which could be an open source web development site, or some type of developer software.
The idea is that the triangular facets form a series of open holes, or "portals," in multidimensional space. The central facets can also be seen to form a cube which is open on three sides. Lying before each opening is another opening on that side's respective "floor," yet, in an Escher-like paradox, where spatial orientation is an irrelevant construct, there is no floor. There is no up, down, left, right, back, or forth. This hyperspatial environment suggests infinite possibilities for the arrangement, manipulation, and exchange of data.
For color, the idea is that the primary colors that form the central cube beget the secondary colors that rotate outward, suggesting expansion, transformation, evolution.
The mark employs a custom typeface that compliments the angularity of the mark.
Click here to see the case study for this logo, which chronicles its development, and includes full design rationale, sketches, electronic roughs, and alternate designs.