Identity and branding is one of the most challenging parts of the graphic design domain, at least in my opinion. You, the designer, have to create a visually attractive and inspiring logo, while at the same time use minimalist colors and shapes that will send the right message to prospective clients. So today, let’s give creativity a boost with this beautiful collection of 30 creative birds logos that will hopefully make your day like they made mine.
It’s been a while since I provided you guys with any sort of design inspiration, so in order to compensate I thought I’d put together a showcase of vector freebies that will definitely enrich your personal collection of design resources. I chose mascots because they’re really versatile. You can use them in sports related projects, T-shirt designs, logos and much more.
I thought I’d put together a showcase of vector illustrations to quench your thirst of design inspiration on this beautiful summer day: beer logos. You can use these for your advertising and product packaging projects, as templates for restaurant menus, posters, themed illustrations and more. I’ve also added some vector beer bottles and glasses, a few of the most popular beers’ logos and a tutorial for a print-ready beer label in Illustrator.
Today’s dose of design inspiration comes in the form of a cool showcase of logos which contain an apparently hidden symbol. It’s a known fact that ‘Less is more.’ when it comes to branding and identity and the logo should make use of powerful visual tools in order to make an impression on the clients and consumers. These particular examples do just that through witty double entendres and simplicity.
Logo design is part of the identity and branding branch of graphic design. Many books have been written in the attempt to establish the recipe for successful logo design, but there are seven rules that sum up the essentials. With this in mind, I’ve prepared for you guys today an inspirational showcase of coffee shop logos that speak volumes.
I don’t know if you ever thought of it, but we can find inspiration all around us! You just need to have the eye for it. I personally find inspiration in ads, while talking a walk downtown, in a vintage print from a restaurant, in the labels or price tags of clothes and in many other! Today we are going to grab some inspiration from beer logos and labels. This article will surely change the way you look at your beer the next time you’re in a pub!
The logo represents the company’s brand or corporate identity and it’s responsible for achieving customer recognition so it’s a big deal when you have to design it. A logo is an important component of graphic design and it’s one of …