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Rob Marsh
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How One of our Logo Designers Creates a Custom Logo

We’ve had the privilege of working with dozens of incredibly talented logo designers over the past 20 years. It’s both inspiring and rewarding to see them work through ideas and concepts, put designs down on paper (or more likely these days, the computer screen), and deliver a creative product that the customer loves.

We’ve seen it thousands of times, but most customers have no idea what the process looks like. So Paul, one of our logodesign.com portfolio designers, sat down and┬árecorded his work on a logo design project, then sped it up and set it to music. It’s definitely worth the two minutes it takes to watch:

 

 

Do you have a logo project you’d like us to share? Send it to us. Better yet, join Logodesign.com today and post it yourself!

Great work Paul.

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Does a designer need to know how to draw?

I would love some feedback from fellow designers on whether a graphic designer needs the ability to draw in order to be successful. A blog I’ve been reading has an infographic that says that almost all designers say “No”. This goes against everything I’ve seen in my experience.

The act of drawing forces you to think visually. Designing is solving visual problems.

I know a lot of excellent designers, and all of them have some drawing ability. What do you think? Since I started designing, my drawing skills have increased a lot. Both practices help the other.

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Mad Men Illustration-the great Don Draper


Once again, we bring you another Mad Men fan illustration, done by Paul browning. Draper’s character is partially based on Draper Daniels, the creative head of the Leo Burnett advertising agency in Chicago in the 1950s who created the Marlboro Man campaign. However, some of the advertising techniques and the professional accomplishments of Don Draper are based on those of Rosser Reeves, who rose to chairman of the Ted Bates agency.

To get quality artwork like this in a custom logo design, go see the experts at BusinessLogos.com.

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Curing the Mad Men withdrawal-Part II

Another favorite character, the great Roger Sterling, played by John Slattery. He’s done a lot of awful things, but it’s hard to not love him.
Paul did this in 2 hours. It goes to show that quality artwork is possible in a short time, if the idea is good. Let Paul and the other designer/illustrators at Business Logos show off their talent with your company’s branding. A great memorable logo design is just a click away!

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