Even though I have already created one logo and made various logos from it, I want to make a few more so I can have a choice when making my final decision. The logos above are from high fashion brands that I have been looking at as part of my research. The most common features within these logos are serif type faces.
Example how the logo could work over images for magazine layouts and posters.
Further experimentation with the logo.
This is the logo for the Motion Theater. This logo shows the motion and angles of the dancer(s) that then creates the logo. The logo I have created, on its own, seems a bit boring. Using these logos as inspiration I will try and create a more interesting logo that catches the eye.
After drawing over parts of the three different maps using illustrator I have create the basic shape of the logo. Three of the lines of the this logo are one location to another and one of the lines is back to the first location (Moscow).
Using google maps I have added waypoints to show the locations of the countries to help me create a logo.
Rather than just drawing lines straight over one map to create a logo, I have taken screenshots of google maps from different points so when I do draw lines over the map it will give me different angles and lengths to help me create a logo.
After researching into different types of high fashion and film festival logos, I have noticed that a few of them seem to use different geometric shapes. Looking back at some these it gave me an idea for a logo. I wanted to create a logo that shows the miles or maybe the angles between the countries that the event will be going to after Moscow create a shape for a logo.
Moscow - Brazil - Miles: 6885.18
Brazil - Thailand - Miles: 10709.16
Thailand - Mexico - Miles:11169.39
Today I have successfully coded the contact page for my website.
When highlighted the links at the bottom of the page (twitter, behance, last.fm) turn the same colour red as the text of the home page, this maintaining a consistent feel throughout the site.