Shield brand features letter forms and a maple leaf
Logo design for a Toronto-based exotic car automotive rental agency offering test drives with Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Porsche, Bentley, Tesla and more. The acronym GTA stands for Greater Toronto Area, and is far too long to be used without reducing to its initials. Also filed under transportation samples.
Fixing up broken logo files into usable brand identity artwork
This two color letter-based logo repair illustrates why designers should never design a brand in Photoshop. You’ll only have to vectorize the art later. And that can be time-consuming and/or costly. Filed under transportation examples.
Two color abstract icon forms central brand identity focus
Logo design project for a San Diego high-performance retail bicycle shop. The theme – Black Mountain – was obvious, but we explored the design treatment with various abstract treatments. Files under transportation and case studies.
Full color, complex illustration races to serve as a brand identity
Automotive logo for an off-road motorsports company required extreme detail to pull off. If appropriate, a fully-rendered illustrative design can add new dimension to any brand project. Also filed under sports and transportation.
Two color brand identity features iconic modes of transportation
The Pack Your Bags travel agency logo is a perfect example of an simple iconic design treatment. The visual references to a boat and an airplane are made up from minimalist, flat shapes combined over a circular shield to ‘hold’ the logo together.
Two color brand identity features a speedy figure racing about..
Simple text & icon driven logo for Clockwork Logistics, a Cleveland based courier and shipping company features a rather dashing figure (groan.) Design was to incorporate elements of transportation, speed and reliable services.
Two color marine goodness should have been a contender
How a great little iconic boat logo for a European distributor of yachts and cabin cruisers became the most copied, knock-off, ripped off logos in our history. Proving once again, that design contests prevent us from having nice things. Filed under transportation and aquatic.