Archivesluty, 2013


One of my first contests won at was held by Exclusive Broadway. Their service is Ultimate VIP Broadway Experience, it means they arrange a private pre and/or post performance cocktail party in theater and a meet and greet with the cast of the Broadway’s shows. As this is a luxury service, they requested a logo which looks extremely sharp and classy. Today I’d like to feature this logo on my blog, as I really like how at the end logo was used for creating whole website around it. Please visit Continue Reading


Latest contest I won at was held by Sacred Spiral, a private yoga studio from USA. This time brief gave a full freedom to designers, so I prepared a couple of different concepts, with main focus on using an abstract, highly simplified shape of a person in a yoga pose, which can also be recognized as a lotus flower. All is enclosed in a spiral shape, which looks also like ripples on a surface of water. I also designed business cards. Designing process went really smooth, as business owner was highly active and supportive, so it was a pleasure to work on that project. I was competing with 33 other designers from all over the world, who submitted over 140 concepts, so as usually, it was an awesome feeling to be awarded.Continue Reading


Today I’d like to present the logo designed for The United States PRE Breeders Association (USPREBA). It’s a non profit association, which represents the Breeders of the Pure Spanish Horse (PRE), also known as Andalusian Horse. Contest holder was looking for an update of their old logo, therefore some elements were obligatory. First of them is a crown of King Felipe of Spain, who saved that horse breed from extinction. Secondly, 12 stars represent twelve founding Board members. In general, it was also specified, that logo should have a form of a crest or shield. I was really happy to win, as logo will be used by a serious association and will be seen by a large number of people. Last, but not least, I was competing with almost 30 other designers.Continue Reading