Nick Kumbari is a designer from Tbilisi, Georgia and on this post we will display a great mix of some of his marks and logos design. Enjoy! For more from Nick Kumbari visit kumbariart.com and behance.net/Kumbari.
Mixed Marks & Logos by Nick Kumbari
Spoonlancer is a a freelance designer currently based in Fukuoka, Japan. He has a set of beautiful logo design projects on his Dribbble page that are for us a great source of inspiration. The range of styles is something to be definitely highlighted, from simple lines like a giraffe or a frong eating a fly to more classic/vintage looks like the amazing Book Keepers one. In addition to that there's very smart ideas like for the Breakfast Bear, the bear nose is a fried egg.
Designing visual identities and logos is all about simplifying the form until you get the basic shapes that represent the form. There are several ways to do that, and it's pretty common to try to create basic geometries to simplify an icon to it's purest form. Tom Anders Watkins has a really cool project illustrating this process called Animal Logos Vol 1. A predominantly personal project, exploring ways in which logos can be formed using only basic shapes and minimalist techniques.
We keep going through our weekly journey checking out great logos! We're thinking ahead and we want to find new topics, good ones, to share with you guys. Last week we had a The Office fan-post featuring logos with bears, beets and Battlestar Galactica (only the strong will understand), and today we're featuring logos with cutlery! Back in 2010 we had our first post on cutlery, and it felt right to make a new one.