Here I present a sample of logos that I have created for other clients as well as views of their progression throughout the design process.
Little Fireface Project | logo 1
A logo representing a Slow loris' face, created for the Little Fireface Project who aims to learn more about all loris species, with a focus on the Critically Endangered Javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus
) and to promote conservation at a local level.
I did two versions of the logo using natural food as "white" with bamboo because they sleep inside during the day and "black" logo for the food they eat during the night. Those logos have been used for different merchandising products that you can find on the "Other"
tab of my website.
Little Fireface Project | logo 2
A few months later, the same company asked me to modify my logo to make a sign for their building. They wanted it in black and white and including a mountain that represented the geographical location of their company.
Lima Veterinary Center
A logo created for a Veterinary Clinic who wanted to highlight just their initials with animal silhouettes around them.
Below is the first step: a low resolution black and white version.
Next the chosen colors were added and the business name was re-centered.
After several minor animal changes, the final product (on the right) was created.
This project was unique in that the client had absolutely no requirements other than to include the company name and to try and provide logos with a “military” theme. Several proposals were made up and pitched.
Below are the final three as chosen by the client.
An example of a more simplistic project, this was a contract with a local company in Paris who requested a classic black and white logo for their cosmetics company.