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A computer company in the Philippines requested a logo for the name Hurricane. I wanted to create a
design that had that kind of movement, but none of the messiness or destruction associated with hurricanes. Originally the logo was just the H inside the swirl, but then I saw how I could make the swirl part of the H. These things come to you, sometimes in a flash (a flash that can take weeks of work to achieve ). I'm very pleased with the "animated" effect this logo has--even when standing still. Typeface: Nyx from Adobe.
Filmscape is a Hollywood company that specializes in providing information to film studios and production companies. They wanted to be considered a kind of indispensable "compass" for the industry, so I created
this logo that combines a sense of energy with the points of a compass. The typeface is a modified version of Bitstream's Chianti with triangles instead of dots. This became the company's corporate title face and is called Compass.
Designed for a software product that, not surprisingly, produced sound effects, I used the idea of sound waves to create this logo. A subtle "E" is created within the waves. Typeface: ITC Anna.
The Writer's Computer Store was the first computer store to focus on the special needs of writers. I designed this logo to look like a keyboard, and used ITC American Typewriter because it's, well, so typewritery.
ToMarket is a commercial flooring company that creates innvotative products. The logo above clearly shows they do floors. (Hey, Iím not color blind, I know this isnít mono, but the logo is designed so it can be used in simple black and white).
I also developed a logo for a innovative line of recycled
rubber flooring called Atmosphere. This is the final logo:
The recycled logo is an integral part of the logo, because itís an integral part of the product. The type is purposely chunky so that it could be cut out of the flooring product itself.
Here are some earlier comps:
This doesnít use the traditional recycling logo, but instead uses something symbolic going from dark to light.
Another version of an A with a recycling logo built in.
This design uses the actual flooring as the fill of the A.
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