Illustrated typography has become a field in its own right, with illustrators, designers and self-made letterers working across media to present their unique spin on this growing trend.
From traditional sign making in local communities to editorial illustration and publishing, to ground breaking advertising campaigns, hand drawn typography injects personality and playful fun into our daily lives, that is why I am drawn to it so much.
My logo design needs to feel bespoke and unique to the farm and I feel by incorporating hand rendered elements into my design I will be able to achieve those desired qualities. Below are a few examples of inspiring hand rendered logos that I have collected to help me push my design further.
I like how the type here is moulded to fit inside the symbols of the logos.
I also looked at simplistic vector logo designs that have a certain illustrative edge to them. These logo designs play off visual queues and wit in order to function, something that I want to attempt to incorporate into my monochrome designs.