Found this online last fall and thought it would be a great one to kick off my 2018. I’m striving to be more creative and take some chances so I’ve got different design challenges planned for all of 2018.
For January, thirtylogos.com is emailing me daily a short creative brief from a “client” to follow and develop.
I’m allowing myself two hours to develop three concepts and then share one of those.
7 down; 23 to go.
CLIENT: Austin Run is a charitable event for autism research and raises money for families in need of care, education, and information. The event is so much fun and many people dress up in crazy outfits. The logo style is really up to you and we’d love to see what you can come up with. It could feature the Texas state shape, a landmark that represents Austin, something that represents running, or even just a text logo!
The first place I think of a race logo is on the t-shirt the participants received so I went with bright colors and the background shape that is classic to the autism community of the puzzle piece. I think there is a good balance here despite quite a few elements going on.