What should I call her? Comment Please.
OPTION 1: Speetah (as in Speed+Cheetah)
OPTION 2: Deelivah (as in Deliver+Cheetah)
OPTION 3: Spotless Cheetah (to be used a washing or cleaning logo) Tagline: Wash, leave it Spotless Advert line: Yes we can even wash the spots off a Cheetah
Option 3 is my favourite. I removed the spots on her. What's your?
The S the body depicts Speed or Spotless, can you see it?
StrikeFirst is a competition countdown scorekeeper and time clock.
- Perfect for Taekwondo tournaments, and practice, among many other sports including wrestling, volleyball, soccer, basketball, to name a few.
- The ability to keep an accurate score along with precise time is the goal we accomplished, and we feel positive about how this will help your sports competition events.
A school sports reporting website that branches into educational content. Logo concept is based on the underground subway idea of highlighting routes and information as a way of showcasing order for a website with a multitude of data.
A mark for a sports supplement supplier called 'Stackz.' The concept was to create the letter 'S' from stacked elements.
Logo design for a Dutch sport physiotherapy company called 'fysiosportief'. They asked me to come up with a new refreshing logo for their business. The client preferred the type to be custom and as friendly looking, easy to read and a little twist integrated in it that shows some sort of speed and dynamic. The icon is a combination with the letter 'F' together with a running human. Also tried to perfect the balance by adding that same shadow effect from the typo.
The new logo for the community Australian Rules football competition in the metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia, the client needed a redesign using a black swan so i came out with the idea of using a football as negative space.
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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