Tag Archives: cartoon logo
This cartoon logo featuring a cute yoga girl was created for retailer “Stuff Girls Like” as part of their company branding.
This cartoon logo featuring a cute cat was created for an indoor playground business, “Sherby’s Playground”. The cat and the name of the business were both inspired by the owner’s pet cat.
A discussion of the differences between digital printing, print on demand services, direct-to-garment printing and traditional screen printing services. I cover how the printing methods affect the cartoon logo I create for you, and why you might want to choose … Continue reading
An overview of copyrights and trademarks, the differences between the two, and why you want to own the copyright of your cartoon logo. I discuss tips for when, why, where and how to indicate copyrights for your logo, as well … Continue reading
This cartoon logo featuring a contraction worker cartoon character surrounded by his toolbox and tools was created for tool supplier company Toolatron.
An insight into the artist’s side of the cartoon logo creation process, focusing on general best practices for creating cartoon logos. You will learn why a horizontally rectangular shape is best, why you want to avoid a too many details in … Continue reading
This cartoon logo featuring a soldier in military gear (machine gun and cigar firmly in teeth, of course) was created for a military gamer who wanted a custom logo for his online identity. The client approached me with simple, candid … Continue reading
An overview of the process of creating a cartoon logo from start to finish. I cover the following topics: questions I ask on the quote request form (copyright transfer vs. licensed art, why company background info is important) how the … Continue reading
In this inaugural episode of The Coghill Cartooning Podcast, I let you in on the secret to getting the perfect cartoon logo out of the artist you hire. After 10+ years of creating cartoon logos, I thought this one would … Continue reading
This wild Frankenstein’s Monster-inspired hang card packaging design and illustration was created for a manufacturer and retailer of bicycle locks, in particular the U-locks that are pretty popular out there. The cross-bar that connects the open ends of the “U” … Continue reading