You may have noticed at some point over the past few weeks that I have changed my logo. I just realised that I hadn’t posted about it and asked for your valued opinions on it, so I have used some spare time to do so now.
I chose to just use my initials, creating a link between the bottom half of the S and the B. It’s probably by no means finished yet (I may round some more of the edges), but let me know what you think about it at the moment.
Heres how much the logo has progressed over the last few months:
I’m planning on “branding myself” for one of my upcoming self-initiated projects, so look out for changes to both the logo and my website in the future. Again, any feedback on the logo, however big or small is appreciated.
A great piece of comical and witty logo re-design by Dave Spengeler for today’s post. He’s re-imagined famous logos to produce a fantastic range of what he calls ‘Hipster Branding’.
His reason for doing it was; “I’m fed up with the latest design trend. Everything has to be ‘vintage’ style, type has to be centered, all-caps, or written calligraphically. There are lobsters, birds, ribbons, anchors, crowns, arrows, crests, and the famous X everywhere. Personally I like this kind of style. But slowly but surely these clichés are getting overused.”