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I've made a lot of logo's over the years. Here's a selection of some of my work from 2009-2015:



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Trance music powerhouse Airscape required a rebrand, because their old logo was starting to get a little dated. Since the old logo contained a stylized bird and there is a spiritual feel to anything Airscape does, the logical step was to re-invent the bird in a folded origami style.

Finding the right typographical style for this project required far more effort; eventually I just gave in and drew the type myself, trying to make it sleek and stylish while still keeping some of that classic trance vibe alive in the curves.



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Logotype created for a series of techno raves in the south of Holland. The brief was simple; "We want a kick-ass techno-logo, the name of the party is Confusion." The first thing I did was imagine all the places the logo would be visible; tickets, posters, sites and banners hanging from the ceiling of the venue.

Hanging from the ceiling of the venue on a banner the logo would most probably be rotated 90 degrees, so I had to make sure it looked good at that angle too. The logo and the 90 degree angle meshed together quite smoothly with the readable logo at a normal angle, and the letters forming a questionmark at a 90 degree angle. I still love this logo to this day.



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I created the identity for Genius Bookings, that specializes in trance/dance artists. The green block shows an abstract form of two people sitting across from each other at a table (the green block) while their speech-bubbles form the G and B of Genius Bookings, representing a booking-deal being made. This form became the basis of a recurring pattern that was used heavily in promotion and, for instance, on the back of the business cards.



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Young and upcoming DJ Lil Quint asked me to create a logo for his monthly podcast called ‘Electronic Pleasure’, which nicely contrasts his website in both form and color.



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The Dubguru logo I designed depicts an actual guru while meditating, and if you turn your head, you’d be able to read the word ‘dub’. The sleeve design complements this with additional eastern-style lettering and patterns.



I created these somewhere between 2009 and 2015.
That's it, all I've got for you. I hope you enjoyed it!