Check it out! This is the logo I made for my husband’s business. You can check out the Apidae website here. The trick was to invoke the bee imagery (Apidae is the family that includes honeybees and bumblebees) without going too literal.
This project has been on my shelf for a long time and today, I finally painted my fandom mug! What’s all here? Hitchiker’s Guide Mass Effect Hellboy Star Trek X-Men Firefly Avatar: The Last Airbender Adventure Time Star Wars Zelda TMNT Batman Warcraft
I was wasting time in a bar and started doodling Egyptian gods as sports team logos. Anubis is probably my favorite.
I’ve been working with Bert the past few days trying to come up with a name for a new project. This, of course, led to some logos. Not all of these were in the running for the project name (and none of them were the one that stuck), but they were all fun to make.
This one’s from a while back, when we were thinking of having a banner under which we could create a variety of projects (including 2D Glasses, to be exact). This is the mascot for our personal endeavors, the ninjasquid. We were between that and the robosquid. Here’s a peek at the original whiteboard brainstorm… er… …
Bert’s been working on a SharePoint resource site called SharePoint Hero. He asked me to create a superhero figure for the site. Meet the Admin. His cape is the SharePoint logo.
Right, so I saw this link and it was so adorable, I had to make my own skullheart nebula – minus the nebula.