Supreme Painting Case Study



 

Final Business Card Design
Supreme Painting Business Card

Supreme Painting Business Card

Research:

I first spoke with the client about how he wanted the brand supreme painting to look and feel.  Knowing that I was a student he was very willing to give me full creative freedom. I began to look up some inspiration and come up with a few rough sketches for a logo design concept.

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Going vector:

After brainstorming for a while I came up with few rough concepts that I began to transfer from paper to digital format which meant designing in Adobe Illustrator. The only guide line I had was to include the color purple into the design.  This process helped me narrow down what works and what did not work.

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Adobe Illustrator

Final Logo Design:

After continuously reworking the logo I came to a point where both the client and I were happy with the logo. The basic concept was a black and purple paint brush with a minimalistic house incorporated into the negative space inside brush. Once finished with the icon I added the finishing touches like typography and the initials of the company to bring this logo to life.

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Supreme Painting main logo

Business Card Application:

My client was so impressed with the finished logo design he requested me to apply the logo to a business card.  I drew up a few sketches of how I could incorporate this logo into a business then quickly went on designing the mockups in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe illustrator. I kept in open mind and came up with a few different designs just to give my client some options.

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Final Design:

While working on the business card design I saw some inspiration that lead me in a new direction for the project. I went with a white, black and purple color scheme and worked with a new more simplistic approach. The client was impressed final design and happy with the direction I went with.

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Final Design