Here is a selection of original logo designs by Norwegian graphic designer, Karoline Tynes, who states: ‘Here’s some of the logos I made during my 60 days of logos-challenge. My goal for this challenge was to develop and promote myself as a designer. The rules were to use a maximum of 60 minutes on each logo, so it’s the idea that counts.’ As a logo designer myself, I can appreciate how much work goes into a logo design. If you take into account the actual formation of the idea, to colour choices, graphic style and typographic choice, I think Tynes has produced some excellent work in little 60-minute slots! I love the ‘Little Knits’ logo — what’s your favourite?
By the way – here’s a rare promo on my part – if you’re in need of a church logotype, please complete my Church Logo Design form (external link). Thanks!
Gallery // Extracts from 60 Original Logos in 60 Days Challenge:
SEE ALSO: Alternate Twitter Logo in the 1920’s.
About Karoline Tynes
Tynes is a graphic designer and economics student from Norway, who graduated from the Norwegian School of Creative Studies, NKF, in 2013.
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Logo design in today’s world is totally under rated. People do not understand how important a good logo is and how valuable it is to their business and this is why I am going to outline some very important facts telling you exactly why logo design should not cost $5 and why your logo is not something you should take lightly.
In broad terms, I will do this by comparing “cheap logo design” to “professional logo design” and I will outline the reasons why professional logo designers do not charge such low fees and why you should invest in a professional logo design… [read more here].