I like simplicity, and that’s what this is all about. The first image is a little bit of signage, and below is the final Logo design, on the second page is the stationery set, with all the trimmings.
Here’s several Variations, and it shows development through the design. The first 3 are front cover designs, the following are back cover designs.
I’m not big on the old drawing, that’s why I flip my images, so it looks more professional, and less time consuming for me too, this drawing is of more or less my design that I developed extensively on my … Continue reading
I started off this project with a different thought but I felt like where I was going at the beginning was for sure in the wrong direction, for this brief and for the client I felt like what they were … Continue reading
I extensively developed this idea to the point of exhaustion, I feel like there was a real development from the first to the last, at one stage I even took away the idea of having the two R’s on either … Continue reading
I tried solid colour designs, using just a couple of colours for experimentation purposes, I prefer the previous final design really, has more character with more colours.
Over this project I’ve made several vectors, and here I’ll compile them into the one post, mainly shoes, there’s also a hammer to symbolise shoemaking, along with a decorative tail I made for my previous concept.
I looked at Robinsons shoes as inspiration for my design, there was recurring designs that intrigued me, I again put Illustrator into good use creating a couple of vector patterns, for potential use in the design, simple shapes, but doesn’t … Continue reading
I don’t use Adobe Illustrator too often, but when I do, I can see why it’s a top-notch piece of kit, over this assignment, I wanted to give Illustrator another shot and I’ve definitely grown to it somewhat more, but … Continue reading
This page featured in my sketchbook, but I used Photoshop to mirror the image to create the look I wanted, so I could have exact symmetry, using an effective method to be precise. I like the idea of two R’s facing … Continue reading