As you may know, I love logos – and I love animation. Now, someone has merged the two into one of the coolest animations I’ve ever seen. This is a short film that was directed by the French animation collective H5, François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy + Ludovic Houplain.
Just completed is this logo design and corporate identity project for TrinovaMed, a medical waste solutions company. The overall concept was to showcase their medical waste processing machine that virtually transforms ugly waste into something inert, biodegradable and eventually something beautiful.
Very often, you see the oh-so slick and beautifully-crafted logo designs of your favorite sports teams. But, have you ever wondered how the designs evolved into what you see now, the completed logos? Well, there is an interesting world that combines logo design with the related discipline of illustration.
With the constant stream and endless supply of logo inspiration available on the web and in print these days, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Like a kid in a candy store, there is almost too much to consider. Tons of inspirational reference, dozens of tutorials and scores of how-to articles all too willing to help you out of your creative hole.
What you need is some inspirational detox.
Here’s something new and different to show. Just finished some logo and broadcast design for the motocross documentary, Four Legends of Supercross which premiered on Sunday, February 28th on CBS.