a treasure trove of individually crafted: Logo Marks, Brand Marks, Type Marks, Emblems, Symbols and Icons, taken from my Logo Design Portfolio; Displayed in Glorious Monochromatic Techniblack.
Each of the following Monomarks are all saved as SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format, which means they are fast to load; you can zoom in without any loss of quality whatsoever, and are generally very user friendly.
Monomarks are also on Instagram
Some of the Monomarks you will see on this page, taken from my Logo Design Portfolios, may not be actual logo designs in the traditional sense.
In these small cases the Monomarks will be an individually crafted: app icon, symbol, emblem or image, and therefore may not used to brand and represent a company, business or individual. They might be used however to brand a: blog, phone app, or some other specialised/niche entity.
Not all my logo and brand identity designs are in the Monomarks Collection, particularly if they are of a typographic stye, usual called by one of three terms: logo type, word mark or type mark.
The main focus behind the Monomarks is to focus on the graphical element of a logo design. The exception is if the logo design used by a client is wording without any associated visual imagery, and has some element of typographic design associated with it.
Examples where the logo is primarily formed from wording only, and included in the Monomarks: Pleasant Hill Grain, Focus, Grape, Black Vanilla, Skiplex, Sifterapp.
I go to great lengths to ensure that each logo I design works in its purest form; stripped of all colour and in most cases, all wording.
This allows the resulting Glorious Techniblack Logo Mark to convey the intended message in the purest way possible.
The benefit of a logo mark that works well in solid black is that it will often translate well to small sizes, such as those required for: application icons, social media profile images, favicon, avatars, etc.
The above x5 Grid Display is now changing to a Single Column Display, to help with download speed for anyone viewing on a smartphone and/or tablet—if you’re already viewing on a smartphone, then you’re probably not going to notice any difference, other than this annoying text disrupting the flow.
I hope you enjoy the work I have created for all these other clients, and moreover I hope it inspires you to want to hire me for your own logo & brand identity projects.