Here’s a collection of some of my early logo work. I used to be focused on Linux audio software.
Check the Logos category for recent work, including drafts.
The linuxaudio.org consortium was looking for a logo. After initial attempts at an abstract logo, it became clear there had to be a penguin involved
There are several variations available on the linuxaudio.org logo page.
The main variation, also available on shirts:
A “Made with Ardour” Emblem:
Banner for the web:
Wallpapers (1440×900, 1920×1200, 1920×1200, click on the thumbnails):
2006-10, updated 2007-04
Ingen is a modular synthesis and effects environment not ready for public consumption yet. The logo is meant to refer to module patching and to convey an “industrial” style.
Patchage is a modular patch bay and control center. This is not really a logo and not in use, but see for yourself
(Click to enlarge)
FFADO: Free Firewire Audio Drivers. With the name change from Freebob, this project was in need of a new logo. It contains some elements that should look familiar to Firewire users
zynjacku is a host for LV2 synth plugins in early development. After a number of scribbles I made 3 concepts for the author to pick from, all based on the central idea of plugins wrapped in a host.
Softwerk is an old step sequencer project that is about to be brought back into shape. The logo design is about steps, vintage hardware and if you think Scrabble, that’s fine, too