When, as a child, you first learn to draw, what do you draw? And why do you draw it? We all usually start by drawing first what we see, as a means of documentation. As we progress in thought and skill, drawing and illustration become a tool of both expression as well as decoration. It’s a good time to be both making and consuming art right now, and illustration practices have evolved into styles that are more than just aesthetically pleasing.
Sawdust.Online speaks about architecture, design, and interiors. The website needed a typographical logo, something minimal, yet fun that brought out immediately that this was a one-stop resource for discussion about all things architecture and interiors. Most of the logo work I’ve done before has been illustration based, but this was to be heavily typographic. This sounded like a fun challenge indeed. Plus, I love fonts. I mean, who doesn’t?