Logo Design for 1Earth Institute
Hi Eva, trust you are well! I’m now pleased to present my design concepts for your new logo.
Each logo created is approached with the larger brand perspective in mind, how it appears on signage, print, digital media, menus, uniforms and various other applications.
My aim for this particular project was to create a logo or an icon that would reflect a high level of proficiency but yet still approachable and meaningful.
Logo Design Concept 1: 1Earth Institute
For this first design and have to say one of my favourite designs to date… is based on your combination of earth and life within the Pisces Vesica context. The colours were handpicked for meaning and each leaf carefully placed. The intertwined roots represented the combination of both Indigenous and Modern Innovative Sustainability solutions.
Logo Design Concept 2: 1Earth Institute
For this 2nd design, it’s a little more abstract but one that is full of meaning. I created this design based again on the Pisces Vesica and using 2 circular patterns to create the symbol. The core or centre of the combined circles created a very unique heart shape. It almost looks like it’s overflowing.
Logo Design Concept 3: 1Earth Institute
This is another design that I really like. The idea of the spiral and hands coming together to form the eye and the symbol. I wanted to simplify the designs to using just 2 hands but reflect the various races and nationalities within the colour selection. The 2 hands provide a sense of partnership and working together and the eye (globe in the middle) gives us the sense that someone is looking out for us.
I hope you like the designs so far, and the ideas that formed them. Each concept have been rendered and mocked on various surfaces to give you a perspective of how each will look when applied. Once you have viewed the designs, please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will continue the conversation via email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
PS: Please note that all copyright and ownership of presented designs and ideas remains the property of Daniel Sim until the final payment is confirmed for project. They are not to be distributed or displayed publicly without prior permission. Failure to comply will result in a breach of copyright.