I stumbled across this logo last week and I just had to share it. It is (from what I can gather) the overarching logo for The University of Tennessee. It’s not the logo you normally think of when somebody mentions UT or the Volunteers (Vols) athletic teams, but to me this has so much more going for it. Do I want this to appear on a jersey or helmet? No, not at all. But would I be pumped if I saw this around campus? Hell yes I would!
Now, I also REALLY like the “T” logo that everyone knows. It’s great. Timeless, classic, etc. This one just has a bit more modernity to it and that is not a bad thing. I had never seen it before last week and now I can’t get enough of it. I dig it. So should you. Now you can.
I’m sitting at work and trying to create a logo for a school of Science & Health. This one has me stuck in a huge rut. I’m working on icons and elements to utilize and I happened to create a quick/simple/neat little graphic of some cells splitting. It doesn’t work for what I need but I found it nice enough to use play with and give my brain a break.
It’s got a bit of a scan-tron look going on. Takes me back to college and all the crappy tests we had to endure. It also screams America with all of that red, white and blue. GO USA!!!
I’ve had my trusty iPhone 4 since February of 2012 and I really didn’t want to give it up. I love the size, weight and shape of the thing. To me, it’s just about the perfect cell phone. Well, I bought the thing when the iPhone 4s came out so it was already “old” when it reached my hands but this week I finally broke down and got a new phone. I had wanted to upgrade since the iPhone 6 was released but that whole unemployment thing kept me in the digital dark ages.
I took on a bit of freelance work recently. While working on some editorial layouts a small story came along that needed a graphic about golf. I immediately wanted something simple with not a lot of color or too much detail. Above are three options I was playing with, ultimately deciding on the center design. Hit the jump to see some alternate versions that feature some funky patterns.