Many companies are leveraging illustrations powerfully to establish their brand identities. There’s no reason why you cannot do the same for your brand. In this article we share insights into How to Make Your Branding Project Awesome With Illustrations.
Logo-a-gogo is a logo book that’s Jam Packed with almost 5,000 images, Logo-a-gogo is an inspirational visual history of the iconic brand identities created by British designer Rian Hughes who has over three decades of experience as a comic book illustrator and type designer. The book was released in the UK in April 2018.
It features iconic characters and brands such as Batman, Hed Kandi, Spider-Man, James Bond, The Avengers, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
In today’s post we take a look at Me and My Other Self Illustrations (Part 2)
This is the second part to a recent article we posted Me and my other self Illustrations which displayed famous male celebrities side by side with their younger and older self. Now we have the female version by Fulvio Obregon
Fulvio said “New series of “Me & My Other Me” in collaboration with Adapt Worldwide This time we agreed to make it in a Women’s Version.”
In today’s post i thought i would share these fantastic illustrations i found on Behance by Fulvio Obregon – Me and my Other Self Illustrations. The illustrations are incredible but what i love even more is the concept displayed and how it offers a visual comparison of how famous people have changed over the years.
In this article and Designer Spotlight The Logo Creative takes a look at Brand Mix Illustrations By Mike Stefanini at Atomike Studio who is a french illustrator and Graphic Designer and with his project Atomike Studio he has uniquely designed a bunch of illustrations that question consumer habits Logos are indeed drawn on products which are totally different from the real one. A Coca-Cola can therefore sees its paint ornamented with a Nike logo, a toothpaste tube is decorated with an Adidas sign, and samewith Pepsi, Heinz, Starbucks and McDonald’s. An original way to convey the therapeutic aspect of Netflix or the addictive one of some fast-food restaurants?