This is second time I have used this designer. He is awesome.
- Mihai Crisan
I got a great design logo. Thanks to him
- masa komatsu
The design created by goggic is simple and elegant. It resonated well with my poll participants. The designer implemented the changes I requested and provided me with the versions and formats I required. I would work with goggic again in the future. The designer is creative, professional and gave me a vision of what my logo would look like on different media. A pleasure to work with.
Excellent designer! Took all of my ideas and brought them to life, willing to make changes and tweaks, and very fast! I would suggest them to anyone.
Good design , simple and elegant
How kjudkins started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Architecture of Words
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The logo is for a personal writing and photography blog, which will feature short narratives, poems, and photographs with a focus on exploring the nature of words and self-communication. In particular, how words can build worlds and structures that we carry with us, positive or negative.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Design by extrafin. Love the abstract, geometric drawing coupled with the simple typeface.
Design by Stilline. Love the geometric, symmetrical lines and angles.
Design by extrafin. Again, love the combination of the abstract drawing with simple typeface.
Design by Yokaona. Love the all caps typeface on the one.
Update Dec 6 10:24—Uploaded some architectural sketches for additional inspiration. Thank you!
Update Dec 6 6:41—I don't necessarily want the "A" and "W" in the graphic. Instead, I'd love to see a graphic inspired by architecture itself, as a nod to some sort of structure. I'm most inspired by the works of Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies Van Der Rohe, and Le Corbusier. Also, please don't be afraid to play with text that is a bit more substantial. Thank you!
In thinking about the look and feel of the logo, I'm inspired by the work of Agnes Martin and the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. I hope to achieve a minimal, abstract expression of the ideas above with a clean typeface and some geometric lines / structure as a nod to architecture. I'm not afraid of a more bold or substantial typeface if that helps bring balance, but nothing flourish-y or overly feminine.