Here's a collection of logotypes and corporate identities I have created over the last few years. They all were designed through a thorough process after an initial analysis of a brand and/or business strategy; brainstormed, sketched, refined and tested, all to be optimized in various media and so forth. But really, when it comes down to it, the process in itself isn't really the most interesting of things. The real value of a logotype for a brand is how well it visually translates core values and the tonality of the brand, and how it can push it toward its aspired position.
This logotype was designed for Boltant, a dismantling and car part recycling startup.
Demomax is a member-owned organization within the dismantling business. Under its house brand, I also designed a number of application logotypes.
Research, brand position and logotype design for Recopart.
A logotype and typeface for the newly started interior design company SEE.
A logotype for Eclipse Optics, a technical/optronics consulting company within Vinngroup.
Logotype design for Obscure Tides, a game publisher focusing on tabletop roleplaying games.
Logotype and UI design for the startup company Event Logic.
Fate of the Remnants is a tabletop roleplaying game based on Fate Core, published by Obscure Tides.
The logotype design for Primate Division, a designer and developer community that never took off.
This is Ocean Group's latest revised logotype, updated with a more modern typeface and symbol.
The logotype design for Olismo represent the spin of the eternal wheel, and the holistic views that permeates everything the company do.
This logotype was made for the supervilla called The View at Cape Yamu, Thailand on behalf of Sonora Co Ltd.