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How & Why I’m Turning Songs Into Logo Designs

Since deciding to take on The 100 Day Project for another year, I’ve made 35 logos representing 35 songs that I love. cialis pour femme prix fanghi del mar morto controindicazioni cialis go site history essay ghostwriter site essay march washington follow site great expectations thesis are ceos paid too much essay analytic paper easybcd won't open click here go here source url here buy cialis in miami with no prescription abortion arguments pro choice essay titles cialis safety francis bacon essays analysis cialis tablete sarajevo go levitra somers point free manager project resume template minoxidil and propecia together #TheCreativeBobbieHot100 has been incredibly fun to make. My Instagram is looking really nice nowadays and translating songs to logos has been a very rewarding creative practice.

At the start of the project, I designed the template I wanted to use so all my entries would be a proper set. The 100 logo is in the bottom right corner of every post with the song title and artist(s) name(s) written in the bottom left corner. I used a grid to make sure I place the logo within certain parameters in the center.

I usually think of songs that have very visual names or inspire a visual I can come up with and play with in Adobe Illustrator. While in Illustrator, I’ll have the song playing on repeat in the background. I often use music to set the mood for whatever project I’m working on anyway.

Here’s a sample of the most popular ones thus far:

Be following on Instagram and I’ll keep giving you insights into my very eclectic musical taste.

All of the logos are collected here: