Student project: logo for a nonprofit centered on fostering community interaction, charity and relationships. The mark can be seen either as a person safely protected or the letters "U" and "I" (i.e., "you and I"), a concept mirrored in the orange letters and ampersand tucked into the middle of the wordmark.
Student project: ambigram logo for a 1980s-themed convention
Student project: logo for Basic Liquors, an entry-level purveyor of spirits and mixers. The simplistic nature of the sans serif type and the accents break the mark down to its most "basic" level, indicating the company's status as a purveyor of knowledge and expertise.
Student project: logo for an all-in-one product package which includes everything necessary for a picnic. The checkered background gives the impression of a picnic blanket/tablecloth.
Student project: logo for a music software and hardware company focusing on touchscreen technologies. The mark can be either a "P" for the company's name or a user's hand, index finger outstretched. The name "Pizzicato" is a musical term indicating that the musician should play the instrument with his or her fingers.
Same project as above; this mark is for a specific product manufactured by Pizzicato, the Medley music production tablet. The Medley mark is a permutation of the same elements found in the Pizzicato mark.
Personal logo for my portfolio. The mark is my initials and an ambigram.
Student project: logo for a brewery owned and managed by women. "Brewster" is an old-fashioned term for a woman who brews beer. The mark at the end is both an exclamation point and a slightly abstracted upside-down female icon, a nod to the brewery's mission to turn gender stereotypes on their head.
Student project: logo for a concept restaurant. The name is a combination of randomly-generated words assigned to students, whose mission was to come up with a restaurant concept to match. I turned the arbitrary moniker "Haywire Dash" into a restaurant which features a new guest chef every evening, creating a menu unique to that night.
Client work (for Eleven19); http://one80services.com/
Client work (for Eleven19): logo for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Midlands' 7th annual Impact Circle Celebration & Upate, which is a fundraising charity dinner. This logo was included on all event stationery and related materials.
Personal project; logo for the Oklahoma City Thunder fanbase, whose rallying cry is "Thunder Up!"
©2014 Josh Collinsworth
Client work (for David Day & Associates): when two area spine and pain management practices combined, a new identity was needed. The mark creates both an N and a vague S in the negative space; it has movement and a central "spine"; it is an ambigram comprised of two halves, a nod to the two equal original pieces of the new whole; and the angles at top and bottom point to the geographic locations of the two original cities.
Personal project: Design in Quotes is a blog/creative discipline project I founded late in 2014 with my brother. Every week he writes a piece for the site and I create a design or illustration to accompany it. www.designinquotes.com
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The best logos I designed and worked on in the calendar year 2014.
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