A former professor of mine, now colleague, Laura Hatcher (she's on here, get her to upload more!), used to give us these mini-projects in class called "pop logos." These logos were purely brain exercises to allow us to quickly devise a solution for potential clients in the case we're crunched for time and we needed a quick fix. It was always interesting to see the varied solutions my classmates would come up with along with my own.
Now that I've finished my schooling and I'm sharpening my portfolio constantly, I've decided to jump back into my professor's old tactics and give myself a little practice. In an hour's time, I was able to throw together an identity for this company. Here's a pseudo-description for you to think about if you were to rebound this:
"Hearty Honey Distribution is a newly-formed center established in the great township of Oxnard, California, owned by young upstarts, Frank and Robert Heartmann. The company is known for investing in some of the finest technologies available in an attempt to manufacture and distribute honey products in a sustainable and eco-friendly manner. This company does everything from the heart, cultivating the welfare of the consumer as well as the precious planet we live on."
With that description in mind, try to come up with your own identity exploration for this "client" in a considerably short amount of time.
over 2 years ago
Less stripes? Good idea!
I thought that pedga is right, so i take your idea and style to make an other bee. Sorry about the plagiarism, but i love your concept ;)
Hope you like.
i think in otherone, but its late here... i'm going to sleep, may be tomorrow.
over 2 years ago
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