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Disney, TeePee's & Clothing Brands.
Find a wide range of different Logo Designs, Branding Projects, Concepts and Personal work by Hyoos.
DISNEY's RUN TO THE MAGIC LOGO
Run to the Magic sell group holiday packages to Disneyland Paris' annual running event. Designed as a compelling logo for a re-brand, Tom was tasked to create a design showing the user the fun and magical nature of what the Disney run is all about.
BUZZWORD BLOG LOGO
The Buzzword Blog is an online space to find the latest daily events and day trips happening in the city of Manchester, UK. Tom was tasked to create a simple but effective logo incorporating the infamous MCR Bee and the representation of speech.
HAMMOND'S MOTORSTAG LOGO
This logo was created as a personal project for a friends Stag party to the Barcelona Grand Prix in 2018. Taking inspiration from other motor sport logo's, it was then embroidered into patches and attached to polo shirts creating a 'pit stop' parody uniform for everyone to wear on the day.
Selling illustrative t-shirts, jumpers and hats, Hyoos Clothing was packed with unique and exciting garments that had your friends asking:
"What the f*** is that? and where can I get one?"
TIME TO TEEPEE LOGO
Time To TeePee creates magically fun, unique sleepovers for children. Taking inspiration from the main element of the connected TeePee's - the "M" in TIME, it simplifies this monogram logo for an exciting start-up.
MICKEY 9O LOGO
When Mickey Mouse turned 90 years young, Tom saw an opportunity. He took the iconic shape so commonly associated with the famous brand and incorporated the number 90 into it. The simplicity of this concept writes itself, proving less can be more.
DOOF CUISINE: BRANDING CONCEPT
Doof Cuisine is concept branding for a food company, whether that is a street-food vendor or an up market restaurant. Taking simple icons of well know foods and adding them to the center of the "D" creates an interchangeable logo.
TOKYO 2o2O: BRANDING CONCEPT
This concept of re-branding the Tokyo 2020 Olympics came from the idea of taking the simple Japanese flag 'dot' and fusing it with the basic circles of the original Olympic logo. Creating a fun, colorful, interchangeable impression.