So last week we pulled back the curtain a bit and showed you the starting phase of a brand identity. Well the comps have been sent to the client and a winner has been chosen. Check out the rest of the identity build after the jump.
Here’s a little look behind the curtain on a logo project we are currently working on.
Metropolis Graphics specializes in quality customized fraternity and sorority clothing, and Danger Brain has been tasked with updating their look and website in time for a summer launch. The project includes some custom illustration work and other interesting bits, but this is what we has been approved for release at the moment. The rest will come over the coming weeks.
Some time ago, Danger Brain worked with skateboard company Stereo Sound Agency to design several skateboard decks and other products. We have released images of the vector art and graphics before, but these products are now on Stereo’s 2011 catalog and available for purchase wherever skateboard products are sold.
Seamless Creative’s daily inspiration blog design work life picked up some of our recent work for A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan. These are actually the first shots of the first run of business cards for Tom and Dan. Head over to design work life to see more shots from A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan.
Agent Danger Brain 2 gathering some more intel.
Quick design post for a Friday. Hear are some of the branding pieces that we are working on for The Apothecary. Check out the pieces after the jump.
It’s not always straight to the machine for us—we actually like to draw. Admittedly, there is a lot of joy in creating vector art but it’s nice when our illustrations have a that hand drawn look. Check out some more illustrations after the jump.
Hawkers Asian Street Fare is located in Downtown Orlando’s Colonialtown district, an area ripe with interesting eateries and cool bars. The challenge of opening an Asian-themed tapas style restaurant in this part of town is that it would blend into the landscape of the existing Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese establishments. Still, Hawkers wanted to have an authentic Asian street food look and feel. That’s when Danger Brain was called in.