Collection of logos designed for different projects and clients.
Bon Voyage is a travel agency. The typography was edited in order to represent the curve of a plane that is taking off. The texture with the gradient represents an ocean view from the top.
The logo was designed for a philosophy conference about Friedrich Nietszche. The complexity of the philosopher was taken as the primary concept, represented with the development of a font that looks like a maze.
Altas is a development agency that needed the naming and development of the brand. The name was chosen since it's masculine, and easy to memorize. A Sans Serif font and a cold color palette were chosen.
The logo was designed for a sushi restaurant. The naming was chosen since it's japanese, easy to pronounce and memorize. The font is handwritten, friendly and reflects the handmade sushi. The artwork that is part of the branding included illustrated and abstract sushi pieces and a wavy texture inspired on the logo.
The brand was designed for an online travel forum. Since the main focus is an audience that wants to explore exotic places, we represented a trail with the step of a hiking shoe and used the color green to represent the nature.
The company hosts and organizes social events. It needed to reflect sophistication, and that was achieved with the use of a serif font, the color black and yellow and a subtle sans serif for the name of the brand.
The brand was developed for a travel blog. Since it's a young audience, it needed to be fun and friendly, so we used a plane to represent that with simple shapes.
The design needed to reflect elegance and sophistication. A serif font was chosen for the typography and burberry was used as the primary color, since it's graceful and classy.
The logo was designed for a cupcake store in Alaska. A literal approach was taken, representing the moose in chocolate color. It's friendly, fun and elegant for the audience. Several concepts were designed for the client to choose.