Business Logo - Share yours here
@TwiggyT Thanks Twiggy. Over time I will simplify the logo, I will always use a lion and unicorn.
Your name is lovely! Doesn't sound boring. Tracey Wilson Illustration. Sometimes keeping it simple is best. But I know what you mean when you want a different business identity. Good either way. It's smart using the 'T' like Jake Parker uses his 'JP' in black and white. Bet everyone in illustration knows his logo!
@theprairiefox Love your fox, shape and colour are stunning! You are a fountain of knowledge. Thank you so much for taking the time to write all these points down. I'm certainly going to take them into consideration when simplifying my logo in the future. I know lots of illustrators will be thankful too. Keep you posted on how my logo evolves.
@MissMushy So fun! I love the humour in your character. Really great.
@NessIllustration Thanks Ness. Your cat is precious and works so well for the world of children's illustration!
@MichaelaH Hey Michaela. Thanks for sharing. Really nice, clean and I love the little field mouse! It's a great point to mention thinking about the colour pallette you choose.
StudioLooong last edited by
I use a moniker for consistency in handles and urls (and because no one can ever remember or spell my name).
@Judy-Elizabeth-Wilson thanks I hope it communicates what I try to do with my images - give people a laugh
Nathalie Kranich last edited by
I vaguely use this as my business logo. My surname means 'crane', like the bird. But it's a bit outdated, I haven't given too much thought to an update to my business branding
@Heather-Boyd I used Affinity Designer to create mine using vectors. Not free but very very cheap and fairly easy to learn I thought. Lots of YouTube videos to help on that front.
chrisaakins last edited by
Hey everyone, these are so cool and fun! This is getting my creative thoughts stirring. I have not ever really had a logo before other than when I was a teenager I used to draw cards for people and used the business name of Quackers (I don't know why). I used one of those old fashioned green and brass desk lamps as a picture (again, not sure why other than I like them.)
Hmmm. I must think about this later when I am procrastinating on doing something I should be doing....
Samu last edited by
@Judy-Elizabeth-Wilson Thank you! Have a great day Judy!!!!!
CatOnPaper last edited by
And My brand name is
Cat on Paper
This logo is made in photoshop and didn't vectorized it yet since it didn't really need to. I love the pencil feel with its imperfections..
***funny thing! By instinct, for a split second, I thought I should watermark the logo...
Geoffrey Gordon last edited by
Coming from a graphic design background. Here is mine, I am sure as I get more into art I will change it to something artsier....
@Heather-Boyd Vectornator on the iPad works well, although I've only made one thing in it so far.
This is my logo I designed recently. I need to move the eye on it, but other than that I'm pretty pleased with it. It encapsulates my brand pretty well with a gryphon for the fantasy/creative element, a sword since I do HEMA, and a pen since I write as well as art.