Two of three initial concept pitches for a Seattle-based baking blog. I will be Dribbblin' up the other one tomorrow.
Rather than going into excessive detail about my rationale and process here, I encourage you to put your eyeballs on my ginormous Behance case study for this job. I'm relatively new to Behance, so if you like what you see, follow me!
Check the attachment to see my inspiration, sketches, and a few detailed shots.
over 1 year ago
WOah there, I like how you styled those lines and that palette is ace!
Thanks, Joonbug! Or should I call you "Your Freshness"? :D
Wow, this is so nice. Absolutely love the illustration style and the banner...especially type inside the banner! Great job!
Love presentation and logo is kilingl!!!
@Kevin Burr As always, I truly appreciate and value your input. Thanks so much for layin' those eyeballs of yours on this one.
@Communication Agency Thank you for checking this out! I appreciate the compliments :)
Jon, this is super awesome!!!!! :)
Heh, I figured you would appreciate it, Szende. You seem to really gravitate towards the homemade and hand-rendered stuff. And the color scheme is right up your alley!
That is a ginormous Behance page! It's great to see the thinking process though. Very entertaining, Jon :-)
And oh, very nice logo.
Heh, thanks Inka. You should expect nothing less than ginormous clusters of words and images from me by now. :D
Just checked out the exploration. Again, impressive stuff Jon. Even though you didn't go with it beyond the sketch > Loved the idea of the rolled out dough. The character / baking sheet exploration was also really nice to see.
jerrrrrnathan...you know how i feel buddy.
^ Same as @Colin. I'm so curious to hear the final results on this!
@Michael Spitz Thanks for checking out the case study, man! I def appreciate your feedback. Stay tuned, Spitzy, I'm posting up the Housewife tomorrow.
@Colin Tierney I do. Thanks for all the support, bruv.
@Claire Coullon You and me both! I honestly have no idea which direction she'll choose. I gave her a list of criteria with which to review this work, and I think she wants to really take her time with these.
Got your email bud which I'll reply to once I get all these damn boring flyers out of the way.
Just quickly, luv ya work, luv your style, and what you did for this client was reflected in this logo's tagline.
Not a prob, haha Joonbug is fine thanks.. sips coffee*
wigity wigity whack!
looooove that hands-heart-dough relationship. i get a real sense of cooking with love from this.
you're cooking with gas brother!
@Norman Chan Thanks for the luv, bruv!
@Fresh Kaufee Joonbug, I think you and I would get along well in the "real world." I am a coffee maniac, and I drink the stuff like water. I may just have to order one of your frikka-frikka-freshhhh coffee-smelling shirts at some point. That idea is brilliant, btw.
@Matt Vergotis Handcrafted with love is how I refer to this one, and it seems you get that impression, too.
wow, great work on this one also, absolutely love the style used here; dig you presentation also, Cheers!
Lovely process work, and such a great result :)
@Jovan Petrić Thanks for looking, man!
@Florin Capota As always, I appreciate your feedback. Thanks for checking this out!
@Julian Burford I appreciate it, bud!
by Jon Stapp | atomicvibe
Final of three concept pitches for a Seattle-based baking blog.
Rather than going into excessive detail about my rationale and process here, I encourage you to take a vacation day and lay your peepers on my voluminous Behance case study for this job. I'm relatively new to Behance, so if you like what you see, follow me!
This concept is less about the creation of a "logo," and more about the development of a comprehensive, adaptable, versatile visual identity system. It establishes a primary, maximalist "illustration-mark" which sets up an aesthetic style and graphic elements that can be pulled and used in various combinations across an entire brand suite.
For example, the character can be extracted from this main illustration, stripped of excess detail, and will still function as a mark without any loss of brand integrity. Accompanying the main character illustration is a secondary "head" mark, as well as a DF monogram.
over 1 year ago
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