Posts Tagged ‘ typograpy ’
This is clever in several ways. The stethoscope is a classic metaphor for health care, so on that level it communicates the topic. The ingenious curling of the tube creates the head and mouth. And because this is an article on women’s health a pair of false eyelashes implies the female gender.
I may be reading far too much into the image, but the nicely integrated type inside what I interpret as the torso, reminds me of human organs. Does the red word “Live” symbolize the heart?
A wonderful photo illustration to be sure.
Harpers Bazaar magazine
Below are the designs for this week’s assignment which was to design a logotype for a restaurant. I have used the logo from the business card. In several cases, the business cards are two sided and in these cases only the front is shown.