From my Redbubble Graphic-Shirt Collection
Each of these graphics were pencilled, designed, created and uploaded during the last nine months – and purchased recently!
My article is not about teaching you anything new, I’m merely a ‘way-cool!’-station between graphic sites. Take your pick, they’re all equally informative and interesting…
- Often I found tutorials are simple ripoffs of other articles. Much like many logo’s. But not in this case . The site is easy to navigate, the article is concise and the information is relevant.
- Whilst others would shy away from displaying the story of the Google logo, the story is worth understanding. Google have come a long way baby.
These first few are actual stories that show the progression of a logo idea through to final result:
- Showing why the client is always right, as expected, but only after the artist goes through a whole progression of ideas .
- Whilst lengthy in the text department, this article has just enough meat to keep you interested in seeing what constitutes a good logo .
- This bee logo development reminds me of a honey, hive and bee logo I helped design in early 2010. I gave the client a pencil drawing from where I would start (because I didn’t want them to steal the concept). They ended up being a GIMP-student, wherein they designed the logo themselves. I still got paid for my time.
- Jon Hicks has been a silent mentor for many years. His story about the rebranding of Mozilla Firefox proves his value for the role.
And these are sites filled with logos, both new and old.
- I’ve become a ’23’ fanatic, so here is a non-random page of logo’s that should inspire.
- Categorised by shapes, symbols, font-style and more ; This gallery will inspire you in every different way.
- This list has got me thinking about a few of my personal logos.
- We’ve moved onto a Web 3.0 world, yet the world of 2.0 is where the use of applicable fonts truly began . At least I say so.
- Flickr, the biggest gallery in the world. Connect, upload and share your designs.
- Where designers choose their favourite logos . Some weird sense of irony here, yet it works.
- This list would be incomplete without another list by Jacob Cass.
In closing, here is the grandest list of logo design resources . Or so I believe.