Posts Tagged ‘icon’
Several of the icons shown in the concept above were actually modified a bit for the final design, but I like this collection best. For example, the Trinity icon was made into a cross and the skull was given teeth. The final icons used in the design are shown below.
I created this new logo and visual identity for a church consulting business called Email Pastor. Email Pastor helps the church become more conversant in technological communications by providing consulting and seminars to small to mid-size churches and Christian organizations. This includes teaching/training on getting the most out of websites, blogs, email, social media, and other channels of church communications. The design attributes for the logo and visual identity were clean, simple and smart.
Chess Pie Media is in the software development business. The design criteria for this project was simple, clean, stylized and fun. Chess Pie Media has been known to develop games, so it made sense to use both pie and chess game imagery. The logo above is the fruit of that union.
The Restoration Road is the title of a new book by author Mitch Kruse. Below are some early (and very rough) concepts I threw down as I was brainstorming ideas for developing the identity design that would be used to promote his new book and website. The client was looking for a “rich, elegant, and art deco style” design.
The wheel of a 1930 Duesenberg Torpedo Roadster was used as the primary shape. The hub of the wheel became a tunnel through which the road symbolically leads to spiritual restoration.
A brushed silver surface was added, along with a leather textured background.
A style guide was also created for the identity.
Logo and icon design for iPhone application that locates farmers markets in a given location. Those who prefer to eat locally grown/produced food sometimes call themselves locavores or localvores. The top view of a tomato was an effective solution for the icon.