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Rob Marsh
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Demonstration—Lost

A lot of the folks around our logo design studio are a little sad that LOST is gone forever. And more than a couple were a little unhappy about the ending—what did you think?

To celebrate the series finale, we asked one of our designers to piece together an illustration of a new LOST logo. We recorded the whole thing, and have sped it up a bit to show you how it all comes together. Take a look:

 

 

You can see a few other demonstrations or “speed drawings” here, here, here, here, and here.

If you like what you see, you can put these same designers to work on your next design project. Many of them are featured on the home page of logodesign.com.

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Rob Marsh
Admin, Logodesign.com

Demonstration—Let’s Draw Toby

Our most popular posts tend to be those that show our designers at work. So here’s another in a growing collection of demo videos, this one by Rob (not me, but rather the more talented, extraordinary designer Rob). Like a couple of the others, Rob chose a subject from the U.S. version of The Office. Obviously, we’re fans. Take a look:

 

 

To see our other designers at work, click the links below:
Design Demo #1
Design Demo #2
Design Demo #3
Design Demo #4

UPDATED: We don’t have an active design shop any more. However, the designers who created these demos are featured at logodesign.com. Check them out. Or create your own logo here.

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Rob Marsh
Admin, Logodesign.com

Another Demo—The Joker and LOST?

Watching a designer work can be a lot of fun—as we demonstrated here and here (go ahead and click the links, it’s worth it and we can wait).  So why not do it again?  This time we did a mash-up using some reference photos of Heath Ledger’s Joker in jail from the most recent Batman movie and Benjamin Linus from LOST. The result is, well, interesting…

 

 

Let us know what you think. And if you need a logo or help with a brochure, website or other design project, why not check out the designers featured on the home page of logodesign.com? Or create your own logo design at logomaker.com.

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Rob Marsh
Admin, Logodesign.com

Another Look at How It’s Done

Last week we posted a video that showed one of our designers (Paul) illustrating a character from the television show LOST. If you missed it, you can watch it here. LOST isn’t the only show our design team likes to watch. Another favorite is The Office. We gave another of our designers (this time it was Rob) an hour and some recording software and asked him to go wild. His subject is Schrute Farms, the number one beet-related agro-tourism destination in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Rob started with a sketch (this isn’t on camera, sorry), then transfers his drawing to the computer to clean it up, add color, and turn it into a logo. Here’s the result:

 

 

Timely, yet shameless, plug: if you’d like to put this kind of creativity and skill to work on your next design project, contact one of the designers featured on our home page at logodesign.com. Or create your own logo design with Logomaker.com.

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Rob Marsh
Admin, Logodesign.com

A Look at How It’s Done

A few months ago,  one of our designers sat down to do a little illustration. Since the season premiere of LOST was right around the corner, and because he’s a fan, he chose the show as his subject. We were there to record it all. (We’ve sped it up a bit, the whole process took a little less than an hour). If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll appreciate some of the details (like the polar bear). Even if you’re not a LOST fan, you’ll be able to appreciate the talent captured on the video.

 

 

To put this kind of talent to work on your logo or design project, visit Logodesign.com.

Or try your hand at creating your own logo with the free logo design software at Logomaker.com.

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