I was recently interviewed at The Logo Creative, and was asked “What was the first ever logo you designed?”
To find my first logo, I went to the workbook from my first ever graphic design class.
I was 15 at the time, and the logo was designed for a fictional watch company called “Time Flies Watch Co.” My solution seems to be some sort of flying watch, with an attempt at using negative space.
As we were all beginners at some point, I thought it would be interesting to see the first logo design from other respected logo designers, in the hopes of inspiring others to keep practicing their craft.
A big thanks for sharing your first logo: Von Glitschka, Josiah Jost, Sean Farrell, Kevin Burr, Logoholik, Jerron Ames, David Airey, Mike Erickson and Raja Sandhu!
Update April 2018: Get the My First Logo eBook
My First Logo eBook – A collection of first logos by over 100 designers including Jeroen van Eerden, Von Glitschka, Melinda Livsey, Tako Chabukiani and myself.
My First Ever Logo Design
Other Logo Designer’s First Logos
Von Glitschka – PaynLess Vending
Josiah Jost – Action Now
Sean Farrell – Cliq Consulting
Kevin Burr – CardioLabs
Logoholik – Zogozizd
Logo design for a local print house in Serbia, deriving from the owner’s family names: ZOran, GOran, ZIvka and ZDravko 🙂
David Airey – Fidelity Hearing Center
Mike Erickson – Datamark Enterprises
Jerron Ames – Companion Care Animal Hospital
Raja Sandhu – Webfellaz
Created in Photoshop with a font and Photoshop Styles.
Vincent Burkhead – Collabora Design
Logo Geek – Future History
What’s your first ever logo design? If you’re game, share it in the comments below.
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