This is a copy of an image of a Self Portrait of Vincent van Gogh, by Vincent van Gough!
An art and logo design depicting insight to innovation, culture to colour and stunning with style enticing your target audience to enrol, employ or even serve with a purpose. The goal is to provide an enthusiastic image to the target audience looking to pursue their careers, individual artists for their own art company’s, or an Art School to instil art & design as it should be- raw and unique!
Art and Design-Logo Design- Individual Artist’s
Artists with their own set up would need a logo to be able to represent their unique qualities for employment or contracts. An Art and Design logo structured with attractive colours and a paintbrush or just a handprint would also do the trick. But arts is a diverse field varying from abstract, sculpture, calligraphy and computer art to that of assemble, body, collage and conceptual art, out of a long colourful list. Letting your audience know your specialization is your significant goal via the logo design itself. If the logo is self-explanatory, the caption would only be a topping.
The above Art and Design- logo design depicts drops, in-between colours with the name “Drop Canvas” hence illustrating specialization via logo
Art and Design-Logo Design- Individual Houses, Companies & Logos
With technological advances in almost every industry- Art has been redefined. There is an app to frame a picture in to a Picasso art form now within 3 minutes or less. An Art and Design- Logo Design must not only be able to portray specialization but also current times-and themes- For example the above image depicted canvas paintings whereas the image below is a concept of wine art:
There is a reason why art industries have an open season towards Typography and Colour. Especially Abstract Art requires immense experimenting to achieve something strange yet elegant and unique. Similarly within your logo, hint is an absolute must to be able to correspond to the immediate audience. Colours mixed together usually vibrant are attractive. Orange, Red, Blue Green Black and Grey are mostly utilized. Individual Designers however appreciate white as a primary choice for a logo. Psychological effects vary from person to person on glancing at a given colour.
Art isn’t limited to paintings only. A creative design embedded on candles, a curtain or a pillow cover is also considered as graphic art which can be caught by the viewer’s eyes and appreciated or criticized. Leading designers or art houses have their logos set up to attract their viewers and peak their interests to take a bow.
|1. Threadless.com- Chicago|
|2. Wall – Art House|
|3. Pikazo – Retouching|
|1. EJH Brand – Southern California|
|2. Anne Cole – New Mexico|
|3. Fish Flops – Texas|
|4. Jodi Head – New York|
|5. Salvador Dali|
Individual artists seem to prosper within this industry, however teamwork is perhaps the only reason why they exist in the market. Feel free to share your favourite artists and their work.