In this last of the logo creation series post, I’ll conclude with some eclectic logo designs I’ve produced over the years.
Street Lamppost Illustration Logo
I created this lamp-post illustration as a brand identity logo for my hometown, Rutherford, NJ. Rutherford is the quintessential suburban American hamlet. There was a time I could name every street in this one-square-mile municipality. Only 8 miles from the Big Apple, it is still a wonderful place where many of my old friends reside.
Sunrise Illustration Logo
I created this logo for a retirement community. It reflects that early-rising lifestyle that many of our seniors prefer. Early morning is my favorite time of day. I confide, nonetheless, that I love getting my ‘Beauty Rest’ in the morning hours!
Nautical Illustration Logo
This is a very complicated corporate logo I was commissioned to produce a few years ago. I believe it was intended for use by an insurance company. If you know what all the initials are for, please let me know.
Guitar Illustration Logo
I’ve been friends with Bob Reselman, on the west coast, for a few years now. I am a proud owner of one of his singular cigar box guitars. His other, custom, solid body electric guitars have a cool, unique shape. I created this simple logo as his mark:
I hasten to add, Bob may not be using this mark, but I hope he is.
Meter Illustration Logo
Also in the musical vein, this is a logo I created for myself, in the event that I establish a recording label:
It is a brief riff off the classic VU-meter, so beloved by us analog fans.
Lizard Illustration Logo
This elegant amphibian was commissioned by the fashion house, Vivre. After many sketch iterations, the final design resulted in this version. I rather like it.
Bomb Illustration Logos
Lastly, the Bomb Factory logo that started this sequence spawned a couple of spin-offs. For alternate applications, I was tasked with creating a ‘gear’ version, and a ‘sawblade’ version for the Bomb Factory brand. Here they are: