Last year we posted about the first Animal Logos Construction by the designer Tom Anders. Today we are sharing the second edition of this project with more amazing animal logos and details of the process. Enjoy! For more information visit behance.net/tomanders and tomanders.com/.
We tent to feature a lot of illustration, photography, app and UX design. The reason for that might be because it's what most designers and digital artists share and pursue, however we are fans of industrial design. My background is in industrial design and despite the fact I always felt inclined to visual design I am an admirer of ID projects like the SP3.6 Headphones that Simeon Lescanne shared on is Behance profile. Simeon is a product designer student from Paris, France. For more information about him check out his Behance profile at https://www.behance.net/simeonlescanne
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. For more information visit https://www.behance.net/tomanders