Logo Process

November 10, 2011

These collection of marks are from the initial round of logos we recently shared with jewelry designer Lauren Holmes of Two Blue Stripes. Lauren gave us some great feedback based on these directions and we’re back to work refining and further exploring these initial thoughts. Stay tuned, we’ll share the final solution soon!

Client: Two Blue Stripes

11 Responses to “Logo Process”

  1. Mandi Heilig says:

    GREAT! I love seeing concepts as designers work through the logo process…

  2. jane says:

    i have a few personal favorites …. can’t wait to see what the winning design is :)

  3. A very delicate, very good variations. My favorites are the simplest, the 4, 6 and 8 but it is true that it is difficult to choose.
    I found your blog and I can jump on your site. Your projects are very inspiring, congratulations.
    A greeting from Spain.

  4. m says:

    Hi, I’m french, so I’m sorry for my english.
    I follow your blog since few month and I real like the design you produced.
    I love this logo process, and i have a question.
    I hope, you will kindly answer to my question.

    What is the name of the cursive font you used to write “curiosities” or “two” “established” ?

    In fact, I love all types you work with ! Very veyr good choice !

    • admin says:

      Wisdom Script is the name of the cursive font. Thank you for your kind words and for following our blog.

  5. Joann says:

    I have been following your work for so long and it’s great to see the iterations of logos. Where do you find your creativity?

  6. wow … it’s so nice to see a real designer at work… this logo study / process is amazing! your clients are lucky to work with you!

  7. Nichole says:

    I’m curious as to the final direction of this logo. Any update?

    • admin says:

      We’re really close to sharing the final solution! Thanks for checking in – stay tuned!

  8. katrina says:

    They are all beautiful… I’d be over the moon happy with any of those as my logo… they are fabulous!

  9. A very delicate, very good variations. My favorites are the simplest, the 4, 6 and 8 but it is true that it is difficult to choose.
    I found your blog and I can jump on your site. Your projects are very inspiring, congratulations.
    A greeting from US.