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Tingo is a new exclusively online jewellery store based in beautiful Cape Town in South Africa. The only advice from the client was to design a logo which conveys that Tingo’s jewellery is of a high quality. Instead of some basic ring shapes, which in my opinion are not memorable at all and overused for jewellery stores, I decided to create a completely unique shape of a butterfly out of a ribbon, and the client liked that idea.Continue Reading


Here’s a logo I sold recently via logo-store to a client from UK. Unfortunately I’m not aware for what sort of business this logo is going to be used, but I’m really glad the buyer liked my hand-drawn rhinoceros.Continue Reading


I designed this logo long time ago, and it was recently sold via Logo was bought by an Austrian company, which will offer different services, such as: professional chauffeur services, private investigations, fire protection and potentially also the transport of explosive and radioactive goods. The Vigiles or more properly the Vigiles Urbani („watchmen of the City”) were the fire-fighters and police of Ancient Rome. Additionally, I used the shield in the logo, which is common representation of the protection and I also used the basic shape of Maltese cross, commonly used by fire-fighters. The cross is eight-pointed and has the form of four „V”-shaped elements, each joining the others at its vertex, leaving the other two tips spread outward symmetrically. The eight points also symbolize the eight obligations or aspirations of the knights.Continue Reading