Vector logo created for a multimedia studio. The challenge was to make a static logo look like it had motions. We created this by slicing the first and last "N" so they match up to make a pattern and cause a continuous loop.
Rubik Motion is a specialized team filming, photographing events, weddings ... Studio currently located in Da Nang, Vietnam
Customizable Ready Made Logo For Sale at http://eisaks.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/futuremo/ http://stocklogos.com/logo/futuremo http://www.brandcrowd.com/logo-design/details/84729
Tree in the Sky motion graphics design studio a vibrant, unique and exciting logo for a vibrant, unique and exciting design studio! concept: design is rooted in foundations, yet the sky is the limit.
"Textures from all terrains." Logo designed for a new texture database website. Where print & web designers can download images for no charge.
The 'cineflor' is made up of two words, 'cine' (root - kineo is an ancient Greek word, meaning 'to move' or 'stir up') and 'flor' ( root - latin word for the flower), e.g. energy healing, massage therapy, different types of creativity,etc.
This mark was created for Monster Truck Ninja, a motion design firm in Covington Kentucky. They needed to show how something sleek, quiet and Japanese could be brash, loud and American, all in one mark.
it's a fluid-like logo because the website is all about after effects and motion graphics... I choosed fluid because it refers to motion and like that it can be easily remembered.
Fictional logo for an Adidas-themed résumé. This is in no way affiliated with Adidas.
Earlier this year, Adidas Originals had an open Design Director position in their Portland HQ, and, being a lover of the brand, I decided to apply. To demonstrate not only my skills as a graphic designer, but also my knowledge and respect for the adidas brand and its legacy, I designed a self-promo booklet (a highly-conceptual adaptation of my current résumé) that is aesthetically inspired by adidas Originals marketing brochures. The booklet chronicles the accomplishments of a fictional alter-ego, Coach Ramirez — an adidas track suit wearing, afro'd, mustachioed designer — and is written as if he's actually the Design Director at adidas Originals. Sadly, I didn't get the job.
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