Logo Design – Homepage Link http://homepagelink.net/ Tue, 17 May 2022 13:16:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://homepagelink.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1-150x150.png Logo Design – Homepage Link http://homepagelink.net/ 32 32 Careers | fashion magazine https://homepagelink.net/careers-fashion-magazine/ Tue, 17 May 2022 13:16:16 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/careers-fashion-magazine/ Over the past 14 years, the Aje Collective has carefully built a culture where our employees are supported, inspired and encouraged to do their best. With our incredible team, our brand has an intrinsic sense of duality, balancing toughness with femininity, wild volume with structure and signature pieces alongside effortless essentials. These complementary differences are […]]]>

Over the past 14 years, the Aje Collective has carefully built a culture where our employees are supported, inspired and encouraged to do their best.

With our incredible team, our brand has an intrinsic sense of duality, balancing toughness with femininity, wild volume with structure and signature pieces alongside effortless essentials. These complementary differences are captured in Aje’s unique aesthetic and have helped make the brand one of Australia’s most influential fashion houses.

Aje Collective invites you to be part of this new era as we have an exciting opportunity for a textile, print and graphic designer to join our head office team. Based in the Sydney Head Office and reporting directly to the Managing Director of Design, this role will see you responsible for managing the print, embellishment, logo and graphic design/development of the Aje and Aje Atheltica collections from the initial stages up to production validation.

The successful candidate will cultivate the relationship between concept, art, product, customer, and retail experience to ensure we deliver beautiful, innovative, fashion-forward, sustainable, and technically advanced collections for Aje brands. and Aje Athletica.

  • Design and develop a balanced and comprehensive range of Aje and Aje Athletica textile prints based on the seasonal collection and drawing inspiration from collection concepts provided by the Creative Director and Chief Design Officer
  • Develop textile printing, embellishment, logos and graphics in accordance with the option plan and achieve target margins and profitability targets for each print and requirement
  • Create all relevant technical packages for textile printing, embellishment, logo design and graphic design artwork to ensure accuracy is maintained throughout the development process through to production approval
  • Manage the entire product development process of Aje Designs and Aje Athletic Textile with local and overseas suppliers against brand standards in design, quality, fit, durability, price structure and margins
  • Drive the complete design and approval of all textile prints, including prior artwork review and approvals with the Chief Design Officer and all other stakeholders,
  • Present cohesive design stories within the collection by paying attention to unique details, mediums, shapes, line and brushwork, manufacturing, color, trims and embellishments, proportions, colors and clear achievement of delivery schedule objectives and customer segmentation needs

FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS

  • 5 years of experience specializing in textile design, embellishments, logo and graphic design in clothing and accessories
  • Experience with multiple artistic mediums in textile and print design
  • Excellent command of the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office
  • Demonstrated experience and in-depth understanding of creating specifications and technical packages
  • The ability to predict trends and align them with the Aje brand identity and Aje Atheltica
  • Strong technical knowledge of printing, fabric repeats, scaling and grading for efficient results on finished products.
  • Exceptional understanding of printing types/techniques and embellishment types/techniques for a range of fabrications and end uses.
  • Excellent interpersonal and technical communication skills with internal and external stakeholders
  • Proven experience working with offshore vendors and technical vendor management
  • Ability to manage competing priorities and timelines and ensure priorities are met and managed based on importance, timing and critical path
  • Impeccable follow-up, attention to detail and sense of organization

Apply via LinkedIn only, do not use the “apply now” form below.

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Move over ‘Dixie State’, Utah Tech has arrived – St George News https://homepagelink.net/move-over-dixie-state-utah-tech-has-arrived-st-george-news/ Sun, 15 May 2022 17:51:25 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/move-over-dixie-state-utah-tech-has-arrived-st-george-news/ Merchandise and apparel featuring the new logos will be available to students and community members at the campus store starting May 16 | Photo courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News ST. GEORGE- Just in time for the start of the summer semester, Dixie State University began updating signs, websites, merchandise and more to […]]]>

Merchandise and apparel featuring the new logos will be available to students and community members at the campus store starting May 16 | Photo courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News

ST. GEORGE- Just in time for the start of the summer semester, Dixie State University began updating signs, websites, merchandise and more to incorporate new logos released ahead of the July 1 transition to Utah. Tech University.

Utah Tech University’s New Main Logo | Image courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News

The new institutional logo features the words “Utah Tech” in blue and red, bisected horizontally above “University” in smaller type. According to documents provided by the university, the color scheme of the new logo represents the red rocks and blue skies of southern Utah.

Additionally, the shape of Utah is visible in the negative space of the “U”. This new logo replaces the “DSU” made up of red bluffs which also paid homage to regional specificities.

Community members will likely notice the change for the first time Monday, as signs on campus buildings like Greater Zion Stadium, the Human Performance Center and other structures around St. George are updated. The university’s new homepage is also live, and the campus bookstore is already stocking apparel and other merchandise displaying the new logos.

As to why university administrators chose to initiate the rebranding now, President Richard “Biff” Williams said it would be helpful to get a head start and make the transition less confusing for students. students.

Depiction of a student wearing apparel with the Utah Tech University athletic logo and logo | Photo courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News

“Because of the schedule to do it, it’s almost an impossible task,” Williams said. “We knew it would take the whole summer to get it all done so we decided to go a week or two into it and then we’ll hit it hard and rebrand the university so that almost everything is done, geared towards the future. forward or outward. -face, by August when they (students) return.

Students will be on campus during the summer semester, and incoming freshmen are expected to visit briefly for new student orientation beginning June 1. the fall.

Some members of the student body have already seen the new logos as part of the university’s efforts to gauge public opinion of the proposed designs. In fact, more than 600 people representing various interest groups – students, graduates, professors, etc. – weighed in during the logo design process.

A rendering of the new “UT” sign on the Human Performance Center | Photo courtesy of Dixie State University, St. George News

Jordan Sharp, vice president of marketing and communications, said the university considered 27 logo designs in total, 22 of which were submitted by local students, faculty and designers.

Acknowledging the controversy surrounding the rebranding process, Sharp said he is optimistic the overall response will be positive and the rebranding will be well received by local residents and students.

“It’s not our name change, and it’s been difficult every time,” he said. “The brand of a university is more than just a name, a color or a logo: it really is part of who we are. We know change is hard…and at the end of the day, we’re here for the students, we’re here for the community despite all personal preferences.

Despite vocal opposition to the name change, Sharp said there was one question dominating social media surveys directed at the university: When can alumni graduate with the new name?

President Richard “Biff” Williams speaks to reporters during a press briefing to announce the logo for Utah Tech University, St. George, Utah, May 10, 2022 | Photo by Ammon Teare, St. George News

These requests will be met through the university’s website, once the last batch of graduates graduates in mid-summer.

Changes to other branded materials on campus and across the region will follow Monday’s announcement. For example, the large capital “D”s around campus will be replaced with corresponding “UT” structures, while the Trailblazer bison statues around town will slowly replace references to Dixie State or DSU with the new name and acronym.

The university has tried to find creative ways to reuse some materials, including sign lettering, and reduce waste in the process, even finding a new home for the “D’s” (painted blue) at school Dixie high school, Sharp said.

The renaming process was initiated in July 2020 when Dixie State announced that it would begin collecting information on the impacts of the university’s name. After nearly two years of investigation, public comment and voting, the The Utah Legislature approved the name “Utah Tech University” replacing Dixie State in its November 2021 session.

Informed by thousands of survey responses, public comments and focus group suggestions, this latest name change certainly surpasses all of its predecessors in scope, Williams said. This data, and the deliberations that followed, really set the latest name change apart from similar efforts in the university’s past, he added.

“Other times we based it on popularity or what made us feel good,” Williams said. “This time we really looked at what is in the best interests of students and how that is going to affect students. We made sure it wasn’t just about the here and now, but also about the future.

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The deli changes its name after the merger of Creminelli and Daniele https://homepagelink.net/the-deli-changes-its-name-after-the-merger-of-creminelli-and-daniele/ Fri, 13 May 2022 20:01:23 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/the-deli-changes-its-name-after-the-merger-of-creminelli-and-daniele/ When charcuterie brands Creminelli and Daniele merged in January 2020, it formed one of the largest charcuterie producers in the United States, Charcuterie Artisans. Today, the brand resulting from this merger has been revamped by the independent Milwaukee agency, Hanson Dodge. Del Duca, the established prosciutto brand, is now the unified brand name for the […]]]>

When charcuterie brands Creminelli and Daniele merged in January 2020, it formed one of the largest charcuterie producers in the United States, Charcuterie Artisans. Today, the brand resulting from this merger has been revamped by the independent Milwaukee agency, Hanson Dodge.

Del Duca, the established prosciutto brand, is now the unified brand name for the Daniele product line. The Daniele name will be phased out but the Creminelli line will remain.

The old (left) and the new brand of Del Duca.

“Our research revealed how much Del Duca punched above its weight in terms of awareness and equity metrics. We knew we were sitting on something special, and the decision to solidify behind Del Duca was unanimous,” Eric Schwartz-Johnson, marketing director of Charcuterie Artisans told Adweek.

As for the new Del Duca brand, Hanson Dodge is introducing it to the public with a “Togetherness Food” brand platform. It’s meant to bring people together over great food and to be accessible, high-quality food for friends and family gatherings.

Del Duca’s new website features people coming together as part of its “Togetherness Food” platform.

Initially, the creative includes new packaging images, logo design, and website development. It uses cooler colors unique to the deli category and uses a simpler font and distinctive imagery inspired by the Tuscan landscape, while retaining the brand’s original medallion and ribbon. In addition to the new look, all Del Duca products will be made without using synthetic nitrates or nitrites.

The new website addresses both the history of the brand and the new direction of the unit.

The brand change was informed and inspired by research with the brand’s consumers.

“In our journey to understand the Daniele/Del Duca consumer, we have learned that the purpose of our products – our role in people’s lives – is to increase the time spent with loved ones. The idea that Del Duca is what people serve when they get together with people they only see once a year is so energizing and humbling Trusting yourself in times like this is a huge responsibility, and it’s all inspiration we will need,” said Schwartz-Johnson.

Hanson Dodge is Del Duca’s referral agency and will continue to be involved in the brand’s marketing efforts as the brand continues to evolve.

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Catherine Nester ’22 recognized in the prestigious Graphis competition https://homepagelink.net/elon-university-today-at-elon-catherine-nester-22-recognized-in-the-prestigious-graphis-competition/ Tue, 10 May 2022 13:38:34 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/elon-university-today-at-elon-catherine-nester-22-recognized-in-the-prestigious-graphis-competition/ The Communication Design major received an honorable mention in the Graphis New Talent Annual, which celebrates the best creative work from students around the world. As Catherine Nester ’22 recalls, the idea for her recent award-winning design project began with a new batch of kombucha. Catherine Nester ’22 has received several accolades over the past […]]]>

The Communication Design major received an honorable mention in the Graphis New Talent Annual, which celebrates the best creative work from students around the world.

As Catherine Nester ’22 recalls, the idea for her recent award-winning design project began with a new batch of kombucha.

Catherine Nester ’22 has received several accolades over the past few weeks, including being named the recipient of the Communication Design Department’s Outstanding Senior Award.

Nester’s roommate had just started brewing the popular fermented drink, and the two spent a day naming each flavor and thinking about labels. The communication design major realized the company was perfect for her latest project in Associate Professor Ben Hannam’s visual image design course.

“So, I decided to run with the idea and build an entire kombucha brand based on authenticity, adventure, and community,” the communications manager said.

This is the origin story of Top Bunk Bucha, the trademark line of kombucha that Nester conceptualized and designed. And the results aren’t just good, they’re also award-winning.

Top Bunk Bucha’s design received an honorable mention in the Graphis New Talent Annual 2022, one of the world’s most prestigious annual events featuring award-winning work by international students in design, advertising, art/illustration and photography . The competition is fierce – with over 1,000 submissions from international art schools.

“The New Talent Annual is a collection of work that recognizes the best new talent in design,” Hannam explained. “It’s a legitimate and well-known design competition that showcases A++ work. It’s just more proof that Catherine Nester is a great student, a great person, a great designer.

Nester said his collaboration with his housemate on Top Bunk Bucha made the design process particularly satisfying.

“It’s really special to be recognized for something you’ve worked so hard on, especially something that comes from having fun with friends,” she said. “It’s easy to get tunnel vision with your own work because you’re looking at the same thing all day, so external validation is definitely reassuring. I’m most proud of the scope of this piece – there’s careful design to every element, from the logo itself, to the color scheme, bottles and labels.

A look at Top Bunk Bucha, the signature line of kombucha that Nester conceptualized and designed. Its sleek design has garnered a lot of praise in recent competitions.

Nester thanked several members of his communication design faculty for their unwavering support, starting with Hannam who was involved from the start of the project. “Ben gave me very helpful feedback throughout the process and was very supportive of the end result,” Nester said.

Additionally, Assistant Professor Shannon Zenner encouraged Nester to submit her work for the Graphis New Talent Annual, as well as several other regional and national competitions. Nester’s designs have garnered widespread acclaim and recognition from the American Advertising Federation and the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. During the AEJMC’s Best of Design competition, Nester won awards in six categories, including Best in Logo and Best in Packaging.

“All of my teachers at Elon have been so supportive and a big part of my success is because they believe in me,” she said.

This support validated Nester’s decision to enroll at Elon, which she felt offered the best program to suit her interests and career plans.

“Communication design is what brought me to Elon,” the senior said. “When I visited other schools, it seemed like my two options were to study writing or journalism at communications school, or study graphic design at art school. This program allowed me to combine my passions for strategy and effective storytelling with my love for the visual arts and creativity.My specialization in communication design not only sharpened my design skills, but also my thinking and problem-solving skills of problems.”

Having worked with Nester in the classroom and with Live Oak Communications, the school’s student-run strategic communications agency, Hannam said the senior encapsulated all the qualities a teacher could hope for.

“I can tell you firsthand that she embodies the ‘leave no stone unturned’ spirit that all of Elon’s teachers want for their students,” Hannam said.

Unsurprisingly, Nester received the Communication Design department’s Outstanding Senior Award at the School of Communications’ annual awards ceremony on May 3.

After graduating, Nester will participate this fall in the Disney College Program, a nationwide internship opportunity supported by The Walt Disney Company. Thereafter, she plans to seek a position as a graphic designer in the Orlando area.

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Bluewater District School Board extends deadline for students to participate in census https://homepagelink.net/bluewater-district-school-board-extends-deadline-for-students-to-participate-in-census/ Sun, 08 May 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/bluewater-district-school-board-extends-deadline-for-students-to-participate-in-census/ The board census was launched earlier this year in an effort to better understand the needs of students and their families Bluewater District School Board students have more time to participate in the student demographic census. The board census was launched earlier this year in an effort to better understand the needs of students and […]]]>

The board census was launched earlier this year in an effort to better understand the needs of students and their families

Bluewater District School Board students have more time to participate in the student demographic census.

The board census was launched earlier this year in an effort to better understand the needs of students and their families. This week, the board announced that the deadline for student participation had been extended until May 13, 2022.

Under the theme “Your voice matters”, students from kindergarten to grade 12 were invited to participate in a voluntary questionnaire. The results will help inform the work the board is currently doing in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusive education by enabling the board to: better understand student populations and school communities; identify and remove barriers to student success, inclusion and well-being; and establish effective programs and reallocate resources to where they are most needed.

Although student participation is voluntary, the board strongly encourages students and families to get involved. The higher the completion rate, the more complete and reliable the information will be for school improvement and program planning.

A dedicated webpage has been developed to provide information and answers to common questions.

To promote the census to students, the Bluewater District School Board held a logo and slogan contest last fall open to all students in grades 4 through 12. Following a deliberative process, which included nearly 70 entries, the judges selected the logo submitted by Peninsula Shores District School Grade 11 student Molly Solomon and Emerson Lantz’s slogan, 5th grade student at Egremont Community School.

Molly’s logo depicts simple figures, with each figure displaying the same heart.

“When I created my logo, I wanted it to be simple but have a big impact. I wanted everyone to know that even with different skin colors, cultures and disabilities, we are all equal,” said Molly. “I’m Indigenous and I love to express my feelings through my art. I believe everyone is equal, regardless of the differences on the outside.

“Your voice matters! Emerson’s slogan reflects the Bluewater District School Board’s strategic priority of community engagement, which includes actively seeking student and family input on issues of achievement and well-being.

“I was interested in entering the 2022 Census Logo and Slogan Contest because I’ve always cared about equality, whether it’s Black Lives Matter (or) women’s rights, and c that’s what it’s all about,” Emerson said. “I hope my slogan inspires people to encourage equality throughout the Bluewater District School Board!” »

Council officials said the information gathered by the census will be important for future decision-making.

“Our census will allow all Bluewater students and families to lend their voice to our vitally important work around equity, diversity and inclusiveness in our schools,” said the superintendent of the Education Keith Lefebvre. “The information we gather will be essential to better align our decisions and focus with the priorities of our strategic plan of a safe and supportive learning community that works together to support well-being and promotes strengths, contributions and the overall health of students and staff. »

The Bluewater District School Board is the public school board for Gray and Bruce counties, including the Blue Mountains and Gray Highlands.

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PM Modi asks young people to enter logo design contest for next G20 presidency https://homepagelink.net/pm-modi-asks-young-people-to-enter-logo-design-contest-for-next-g20-presidency/ Sat, 07 May 2022 05:56:04 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/pm-modi-asks-young-people-to-enter-logo-design-contest-for-next-g20-presidency/ The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has launched a call for applications to design logos for India’s upcoming G20 Presidency. India will hold the presidency of the G20 for the first time. It will be held from December 1 to November 30, 2023, culminating with the G20 summit. It is a forum for international economic […]]]>

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has launched a call for applications to design logos for India’s upcoming G20 Presidency. India will hold the presidency of the G20 for the first time. It will be held from December 1 to November 30, 2023, culminating with the G20 summit. It is a forum for international economic cooperation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked young people to take part in the competition.

“Delighted to announce the launch of a logo design contest for India’s upcoming G20 Presidency. Share with us your idea of ​​an Indian-only G20. We are open for registrations until June 07, 2022,” Modi tweeted.

The deadline for submitting the logo is June 7 this year. The winner of the contest will take home Rs 150,000. The next top five entries will receive Rs 15,000 each, and then the next five shortlisted entries will receive Rs 10,000 each. Prize money will be payable after deduction of TDS.

There are a few criteria for designing the logo. It should reflect, nationally and internationally, a uniquely “Indian” G20. In this context, the logo should represent one or more of India’s G20 thematic priorities such as sustainable development for all, human-centred approach, equitable and resilient growth, lifestyle for environment, the world as one family and multilateral partnerships.

The logo should have Amritkaal – India’s next 25 year journey from 75 to 100, which is both futuristic and inclusive and should include artistic expressions of color combinations/arrangements in the national tricolor and the “G20 should also feature prominently in the logo. . It would be preferable if the texts used in the logo were in English.

“During its presidency, India will set the agenda for the year and have the opportunity to shape discussions and outcomes on a range of global issues ranging from climate and environment, trade and investment, health, agriculture, digital economy, energy, anti-corruption, employment, education, tourism and culture,” reads in the official notice.

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ABP Group launches centenary celebration campaign https://homepagelink.net/abp-group-launches-centenary-celebration-campaign/ Thu, 05 May 2022 12:28:07 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/abp-group-launches-centenary-celebration-campaign/ Celebrating 100 years of building and maintaining its reputation, ABP Group today launched a campaign that reflects its remarkable journey in the Indian media space. As part of the campaign, it also unveiled its centenary logo and a film. The logo and film are a reiteration of ABP’s core ideas, its core beliefs that have […]]]>

Celebrating 100 years of building and maintaining its reputation, ABP Group today launched a campaign that reflects its remarkable journey in the Indian media space. As part of the campaign, it also unveiled its centenary logo and a film. The logo and film are a reiteration of ABP’s core ideas, its core beliefs that have stood the test of time for a century now.

The centenary film, an intrinsic component of the celebration campaign, is presented as a cinematic parable, seen through the eyes of a child who embarks on an intrepid quest in search of an unheard-of place. The film depicts the story of a journey through India that crosses geographies, cultures, roots and traditions. The film encapsulates the entire journey of the ABP brand and ends with a reminder that curiosity is itself both a journey and a destination.

The centenary campaign logo unveiled today is an interpretation of the concept that “curiosity makes everything interesting”. Deeply linked to the brand’s philosophy, the most striking visual element of the new ABP Group logo is its question mark motif, engraved like an upside-down human face – a face that keeps changing with the representations. The idea of ​​using reverse or negative space in ABP’s centennial symbol captures the essence of human progress that not only breathes to live but is curious to question.

Elaborating on the campaign and the new commemorative logo, Dhruba Mukherjee, CEO – ABP Pvt Ltd, said, “ABP Group’s centenary logo represented by the question mark emanates from the fact that curiosity makes everything in life interesting. While many forces inform ABP’s influence, an unwavering sense of curiosity pervades everything else. As a result, more than being the sixth sense, it’s probably the first for us – a curious gene that drives the primordial human need to know more. We believe this iconic logo will best represent our brand identity in all media, across different decades and geographies. Armed with this confidence, we have chosen our centenary year for this excellent opportunity to express and immortalize it once and for all.

“The campaign is centered on the thought of curiosity. Around that thought, a person would question the answers that would come up after being curious about things and so we circled around that thought and hence the campaign slogan – Curiosity Answers Questions,” Mukherjee added.

Sharing his thoughts on the occasion, Avinash Pandey, CEO of ABP Network, said: “100 years of curiosity is what built the ABP Group and in this century we have always aspired to help shape thinking through to insightful and believable content. Since its inception, the ABP name has been synonymous with relevant and unbiased content. As we enter the 2nd century of our existence, we look forward to keeping our legacy alive and are committed to working tirelessly to strengthen an informed and open society. Through the Centenary Celebration Campaign, ABP Group intends to resonate these fundamental goals with our readers, viewers, stakeholders and all Indians of today and tomorrow.

The thought of the centenary campaign is anchored by three simple words – ‘Curiosity Questions Answers’, a provocative thought that drives home what has always been a facet of the brand’s ethos. At ABP, a question never falters at the sight of a point.

The Centenary Celebration Campaign aims to continue to challenge and inspire ABP Group readers, viewers and business partners with a wide variety of written and visually stimulating articles on the importance of the issues in a democratic society. And how every breakthrough, big and small, stems from questions.

Explaining the concept behind this new launch, Agnello Dias, renowned creative director and writer and the man behind the logo and campaign design said: “Visualizing the journey of the ABP Group brand, we made a film that is a cinematographic parable told through the eyes of a child whose driving triggers the search for a certain geographical destination. We wanted it to have this surreal yet uncooked emotion that is both innocent and ethereal. The entire campaign around the brand logo captures the most succinct representation of what the brand stands for as the human face of all matters.

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David’s design wins logo competition https://homepagelink.net/davids-design-wins-logo-competition/ Tue, 03 May 2022 00:43:46 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/davids-design-wins-logo-competition/ A TALENTED student from Bridgwater & Taunton College (BTC) Design Academy has won a competition to design a logo for the Wellington Cycle Route campaign in Taunton. The Wellington to Taunton Cycle Route Campaign hopes to provide a separate cycle route along the A38 between Wellington and Taunton to allow easier and safer cycling on […]]]>

A TALENTED student from Bridgwater & Taunton College (BTC) Design Academy has won a competition to design a logo for the Wellington Cycle Route campaign in Taunton.

The Wellington to Taunton Cycle Route Campaign hopes to provide a separate cycle route along the A38 between Wellington and Taunton to allow easier and safer cycling on the route.

Organizers gave Design Academy students a brief requesting distinctive graphics suitable for a range of formats, including websites, social media, letterhead, t-shirts and signs.

The winning design was created by David Zuromski, 18, from Taunton, who is completing an extended degree in art and design at BTC’s Taunton campus.

David said: “I used Adobe, Photoshop and Illustrator software to come up with the idea.

“I wanted to use the map to give it a location and then found a way to use the landmarks from Wellington to Taunton to feature in the wheels, so there was a strong visual connection.

“I love working digitally to create illustrations on my course, and I hope these skills will help me get a job as a graphic designer.

“I am very happy that my design was chosen.

“It’s great to have something in my portfolio that has been seen by a lot of people as part of a campaign.”

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We’re still obsessed with these vintage logo redesigns https://homepagelink.net/were-still-obsessed-with-these-vintage-logo-redesigns/ Sun, 01 May 2022 09:30:55 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/were-still-obsessed-with-these-vintage-logo-redesigns/ Have you ever looked at a famous logo and thought to yourself, wonder what it would look like if it had a retro makeover? No, neither do we, but that hasn’t stopped an artist from giving all your favorite logos a stunning new vintage look. Last year we covered the work of Rafael Serra, who […]]]>

Have you ever looked at a famous logo and thought to yourself, wonder what it would look like if it had a retro makeover? No, neither do we, but that hasn’t stopped an artist from giving all your favorite logos a stunning new vintage look.

Last year we covered the work of Rafael Serra, who reimagines iconic logos in retro designs. Since then, Serra has continued to produce even more magical makeovers, and we can’t get enough of them. If you want to try transforming some of your favorite logos, check out our guide on how to download Photoshop and start creating.

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This week’s comics: Gamer Cats and Dirtbag Vampires – Slog https://homepagelink.net/this-weeks-comics-gamer-cats-and-dirtbag-vampires-slog/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 19:30:00 +0000 https://homepagelink.net/this-weeks-comics-gamer-cats-and-dirtbag-vampires-slog/ Full disclosure on this one: The New Comic Heretics of the Unfathomable Realms is written by a friend of mine, so I won’t review it, but I’m going to enjoy it very much. Colorful and eerie, this is the story of witty wizards and troublemakers in a world of stunning architecture and pleasant jokes. The […]]]>

Full disclosure on this one: The New Comic Heretics of the Unfathomable Realms is written by a friend of mine, so I won’t review it, but I’m going to enjoy it very much. Colorful and eerie, this is the story of witty wizards and troublemakers in a world of stunning architecture and pleasant jokes. The locally made book has already launched beyond its goals, with one month left for funding number 2.

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Also tickling the imaginations of comic book fans this week is a charming book about a gamer who unexpectedly finds himself the owner of a stray cat. Fittingly, she decides to treat the cat like a video game challenge and level the creature; it’s an utterly delightful perspective on pet ownership as an eternally changing puzzle to solve. Great stuff for gamers, great stuff for cat lovers, great stuff in general. It’s not expected to be officially released until mid-May, but some retailers seem to have gotten it early.

Thanks as always to Phoenix for sorting out the new releases! Meow.

THE ADVENTURES OF DAI TOME 1: THE DISCIPLES OF AVAN I

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One of the most popular manga series ever published has just released a beautiful English version, 33 years after its first Japanese publication. The Adventures of Dai is a charming adventure for all ages in which a young hero leaves his island home with a princess to battle a sinister evil force. Granted, it’s not the most original basis for a story, but readers will be won over by the hero’s adorably naïve enthusiasm, bizarre comic monsters, and gritted-toothed battle posture. If you’re a fan of anime where muscle men stare at each other through rocky terrain and sputter lines like “that’s…impossible…his power rating just got amplified to ten thousand percent!” then you are for the time of your life. And while the tropes might seem a little worn, that’s only because it’s the book that perfected them. An excellent translation with beautifully placed lettering, Viz really outdid themselves with this one.

Rating: 💧💧💧💧💧(5/5)
Story: Riku Sanjo. Drawing: Koji Inada. Supervision: Yuji Horii. Translation: Gregory Werner. Artistic retouching and lettering: Steve Sutro. Publisher: Jennifer Sherman.
Publisher: Vis.

BLOOD STAINED TEETH PROBLEM #1

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Tired of romantic love vampires? Maybe you’d prefer Dirty Vamps instead. This entertaining twist on the genre posits a world where those born as vampires are class snobs who despise people who are turned into vampires later in life. Our hero is some kind of grizzled mercenary, an originally born vampire who is only begrudgingly tolerated by his sharp-toothed family, and who quickly earns money by charging humans for the service of ramming his fangs in their neck and turn them. This line of work does not particularly appeal to him, and before long he is captured, tortured, and forced to become a vampire hunter instead of a vampire maker. A vampire having to kill his own vampires is a neat little twist! The only thing I can’t fathom is the decision to render this book in bright, neon pop-art colors with harsh black shadows. This intriguing look – as if the whole world were a garish painting of black velvet – is an odd choice for a vampire tale. But if this book’s purpose is to break the mold and retry vampire stories, it certainly found a distinctive look.

Rating: 🩸🩸🩸🩸🩸(5/5)
History, logo, design and creator: Christian Ward. Art & designer: Patric Reynolds. Colours: Heather Moore. Letters, logo and design: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou. Publishers: Heather Antos. Alternate Cover: Declan Shalvey, Jamie McKelvie.
Publisher: Image Comics.

ALSO: SUPERMAN’S DEAD AGAIN, KING ARTHUR MUTANTS and CAT GAMER

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I am totally enchanted by Cat player, a manga about a gamer who treats the company of cats as a video game-style challenge. There’s also a new Justice League that opens by assassinating all the heroes – I’m told that’s a good place to jump into a new DC story. Other good starter texts this week include a new amazing spider manand also Knights of Xin which our old friends the X venture through Arthurian legend.

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