These are some illus. i did for BMW Romania. They served as promotional materials for a contest they organised here. So they've been turned into banners, posters, invitations, prize diplomas and so forth.
Moving on with some logo variants for a client named "Machetarie" which in direct translation means "maquetting". The client sells toys / die cast cars.
- a fun, toy-related logo is required
- logo must have a strong connection with maquette-making
- logo must tend the client's target and market positioning
- tags - play, collections, maquette
Last edited by Sickbrush; July 7th, 2010 at 09:21 AM.
This was done for a women's online shoe store.
- client sells bags/purses and its major target is women.
- logo must be in the elegant, fashion area
- logo should use a script font
- tags - elegance, refinement, subtlety
Last edited by Sickbrush; July 7th, 2010 at 09:15 AM.
Hey man not bad. you got some good stuff so far, loving the car scenes would be awesome if you actually made a video with same styling.
as for the Machetarie logo's not really feeling any of them. maybe the first M in there is the best maybe try branching out from that one.
Loving the last free hand logo. Though the width of some of the lines bug me because they aren't consistent. The curve at top of the O the curve at the bottom of the y and last u curves need a little fixing but otherwise it looks great.
I must admit, they are neither new nor good. The projects have long ended, but thank you for your reply, the observations are noted as future refference.
Next up - changing the tone a bit.
This is a collaboration piece with Sorin Bechira, one of the best graphic designers i know. Also a great mattepainter! Check his stuff out. [though i bet he'll be posting around here soon].
The top image is his original stuff, and below is my paintover.
possibly too many gradients in the machetarie concepts. because there are several shapes each sharing a similar gradient, im not sure how the first six, and the logotype would translate to black and white.
My favourite is the m inside the circle, but it looks like a ram, and that's dodge's territory.
the last two, look like the cbc (canadian broadcasting company) logo.
The images for BMW look amazing! The sense of motion and energy are insanely eye-catching. If you put those pics on a wall with a thousand other images, the BMW pics would probably be the first I'd notice and the ones I remember the longest.