Kinetic Branding completed a new business card design for Legacy Solar + Smart Home. The business card design features the new company logo, designed by Kinetic, in an interesting layout that accentuates their bright logo mark graphic in an outline style. See the logo design >
Kinetic Branding often models and renders in 3-dimensional computer applications in order to show its clients' products in the best light. Oftentimes digital 3D renderings can look better than actual real life photographs. And sometimes, Kinetic needs to produce 3-dimensional renderings of products that are not yet built. That was the case with the new LX-Infinity (LX∞) aircraft, designed by RDD out of Redmond, OR.
RDD designed the new LX∞ in the computer but had not yet begun to build its newest aircraft, so the company hired Kinetic to make the yet-to-be-built airplane look as realistic as possible so potential customers could get a good idea of what the plane would look like.
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The final 3D renderings (shown above) came out so realistic, that RDD's customers, after having seen these images, had a hard time believing that the aircraft was not actually built.
Stay connected to this blog to see more LX∞ branded projects.
Kinetic Branding recently completed a logo design for Legacy Solar + Smart Home, a new company that installs solar panels and other smart technology in residential homes.
The new company logo design by Kinetic incorporates the icon of an orange sun which symbolizes the company's solar panel services, combined with a blue roof and window that symbolizes home services. Together, these icons add up to a smart and iconic logo design for Legacy Solar + Smart Home.
Stay connected to this blog to see Legacy's upcoming new website.
Kinetic Branding recently completed a redesign of the Steakhouse Elite corporate website. Using the newly created "Taste the Difference" campaign theme, Kinetic designed and developed a unique and redesigned website that appeals to a diverse audience.
Kinetic Branding and Steakhouse Elite have a long history of working together to bring consumers healthy and tasty products and branding.
Kinetic Branding has completed the redesign of a personal logo for master artist and oil painter Donald Yatomi.
As mentioned, the redesigned logo mark is based on the artists' new personal signature found in the corner of all his paintings. With the more dynamic and stylistic signature, the text for the logo could not be positioned symmetrically like the original logo.
Kinetic Branding recently completed a product naming and product logo design project for a new experimental single engine aircraft for RDD Enterprises, an aircraft manufacturer located in Redmond, Oregon.
Back in May of 2017, Kinetic designed a logo and other brand identity projects for the company's first-ever semi-manufactured aircraft, the LX7 (shown below). It was RDDs foray into aircraft design, and it was a major hit. The LX7 outperformed all expectations, winning multiple aviation records, and Kinetic Branding was there to tell the unique amazing brand story.
Recently, RDD developed an even more innovative airplane, designing the entire aircraft completely in-house and adding more than two dozen new features. The new aircraft needed a new name and logo, but simply calling it the "LX8" would do this innovative machine an injustice.
Kinetic developed the new name, the “LX∞” (LX-Infinity), and designed the new logo (shown above). The new name and logo had to be related to one another, yet the new aircraft name had to also separate itself significantly from its predecessor.
Stay connected to this blog to see much more of the new LX∞ aircraft.
As per New Year's Day tradition, Kinetic Branding is highlighting some of the logos designed in the previous year. Our clients are enjoying their new logo marks as this new year begins. Below are some logos that Kinetic designed for their clients.
Happy New Year to you. Let us help you make your Mark in 2022.
Kinetic Branding completed the logo for Voices for Medical Freedom, a private community of social influencers – athletes, musicians, entertainers, actors, scientists, leading business people, and elite military personnel – who align with the mission of medical freedom
The new logo design is the combination of a medical cross (+) with a torch that represents liberty and freedom. The small white lines represent arrows coming together and helps show connection and community.
Stay connected to this blog for the coming website design for Voices for Medical Freedom.
This first label design will eventually transform into a full, integrated coffee pouch design, with different roasts and varietals for the consumer. This coffee bag mock up was modeled and rendered in a 3D application.
Stay connected to this blog to see more Pohaku Coffee branding projects.
Kinetic recently designed a new political campaign logo and theme for Central Oregonian Michael Sipe, who is running for an Oregon State House Representative position.
The final chosen logo design for the Michael Sipe political campaign has an outline of Oregon with a red heart in the center where Central Oregon is located. The campaign theme The Heart of Central Oregon communicates Michael's love for the area and his service to the people.
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