15 July, 2009

Been doing a lot of apparel branding and t-shirt lines for various clients. Here are a few branding illustrations and logos. I have seen a real demand for crest logo/motif branding this year, mainly for boarding/ urban wear, in addition to the ever-present gothic theme. Let me know what you guys think.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you could make some better font choices.

11:57 AM  
Blogger Alekos Alexakis said...

Simon these look great. I like the textures you used. I also like the logo concept half fist half wrench. Are these shirts photographed or you have shirt mock ups? About the fonts used I don't see a major problem, except on the one with the skulls it looks that it sould be more together with the design. But I don't know how you would lay it out on a shirt, if the words are going around the neck that might look good and interesting.

9:06 AM  
Blogger simon cox said...

Yeah Alex, they are just mockups templates. Working out of Spain, I rarely get to see the final product man.

2:05 PM  
Blogger Alekos Alexakis said...

Dude I forgot you moved there for good. I thought you were back in FL. Good for you man.

9:48 AM  
Blogger Duncan Barton said...

Hey Simon, looks good. I like the fist / wrench as well!

11:05 PM  
Blogger Caleb Prochnow said...

I dig the fist/wrench and I like the Lead me to my Throne drawing. I agree with anonymous that you could've made some better font choices in the Throne shirt and the Athlete shirt. Maybe it's not the font but in the athlete shirt the type could've been better intigrated into the design and the Throne type is hard to read it's competing too much with the background patterns. The back of the prole shirt looks sweet but I'm not aware of to many screenprinters that would be capable of pulling off a print like that. Keep up the good work Simon, I hope I run across some of these at Macy's!

8:36 PM  
Blogger simon cox said...

Yeah Caleb, the image under the crest is a hang tag design, standard card-stock printing, not to be screen printed.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Caleb Prochnow said...

I know that. I'm referring to the prole design with the wings printed over the seams of the shirt. That's difficult to do, especially when you are dealing with more then one color.

9:31 AM  

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