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Evolution of Graphics

I’ve kept quite busy recently with my numerous commitments, but my main commitment has been revamping Indy’s Young Architects Forum’s image. We’ve been stuck with a low functioning website for quite some time, it needed an update. Along with that, I’ve never been a fan of the logo. After a few weeks of work I’m happy to say we have a new website, a better domain, and a sharp new logo.

Here is quick recap of the new logo’s evolution.

I was also busy making up some posters for the YAF Lemonade Day Design Workshop Series. The first step was to create a graphic. I had an idea to create a Frank Gehry inspired lemonade stand. The thought was that lemon peels aren’t too dissimilar from his giant metal peels. This one didn’t take as long to evolve, just a couple sketches.

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About bjmcghee

Architect in training.

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3 thoughts on “Evolution of Graphics

  1. Computer assisted drawing… What a difference.

    Posted by yourothermotherhere | March 10, 2013, 16:44
    • Yes it is, but it’s more a difference of refined vs unrefined. Most of the time sketches are just a means of visual note taking. Might as well not waste time making them pretty until they need to be.

      Posted by bjmcghee | March 10, 2013, 17:41
      • There is a difference to me, but I don’t think one is better than the other. They are just different styles. But it is quite a contrast between the two. And it was interesting to the how the drawing changed over time.

        Posted by yourothermotherhere | March 10, 2013, 19:42

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