The final brandmark for Pine Boy is here. It is a whimsical, entertaining, indicative and entertaining mark. The letters are considered players of parts in a puppet show that is the logo. They can be propped or suspended as shadow puppets or marionettes, evoking a sense of mysterious silhouettes or dangling dolls. I was able to give the logo some proposed contextual colors and uses, even specifically with a production poster for a puppet show inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe. I hope to contribute more posters and examples of the logo’s use as a real and significant brand used in settings that would be appropriate, alas I have to push forward with even more exciting projects. But Pine Boy is complete, and you can view all the final work on its devoted page here.
Monthly Brand has been bombarded by scheduling conflicts as of late, and it’s painful to see my aspirations defeated. But things are clearing up, The next client, The New England Nor’easters, are well on their way into development of a brand, and even though February has begun and is a short month at that, I’m tackling another client during these weeks as well, so let the feed of flooding design inspiration and production crash on top of me now, I’m going to finish them both this month, and if I don’t I’ll eat my shoestrings.