A Lewis design company has seen their work held up as an example of good practice and a piece of work worthy of imitation.
Point-based LOOM produced the ram’s head logo for Isle of Harris stonemasons Williams Stone Craft and submitted it for consideration in a publication designed to showcase world excellence in logo design.
LogoLounge 13 is due for publication soon, with over 300,000 logos from around the world sifted to produce the examples published.
Among them is the work of LOOM’s Pearse O’Halloran, who found out yesterday (Sunday 23 January) that his ram’s head logo is now to be printed in the definitive text on good logo design.
He said: “Logolounge produce published collections of the world’s finest creative logos and marks. It’s kind of like the logo bible for graphic designers.
“It was a constant inspiration as a student trying to craft logos, so it’s surreal that LOOM work will be in the next edition for future students to be inspired by/plagiarise/blatantly steal.”
The pictures show the logo designed for Williams Stone Craft, and a t-shirt carrying the full company identity (LOOM).