There are two here, although the client chose the latter logo. The project is linked with Genomic Observatories so it has a similar style. Here is the outcome.
I’ve just finished a logo for a new endeavour called genomic observatories. Here is the completed logo:
The client wanted the ‘back of the world’ as such since a central survey site is the island of Moorea near Tahiti. The logo incorporates a chromosome as we as a fairly typical metagenome depiction in the form of the glyph replacing one of the O’s in genomic.
There’s been quite a bit of interest recently in creating illustrations of buildings for iconography etc. I’ve admired from afar up until now, but today I decided to try my hand at creating such buildings as a more complicated scene. Here are the results.
What was cool about this is that I haven’t really done any like this up until now. So it was a challenge to get the shading correct as doing lots of gradient work to bring life to some objects.
For some reason, I never blogged about this…probably because I’m lazy. Anywho, here is the logo currently in use by the earth microbiome project.
The bubbles forming the earth correspond to microbial populations which are then measured by the project, which is why they are sucked into the text. The t was originally a test tube, but I thought that this was a bit too much.
A while ago, I redesigned the GSC logo, the case study is available from here.
I was then approached to create another logo, based on this new GSC logo for the biodiversity working group, and this is what I came up with.
The logo keeps the general style of the GSC logo itself but adds in elements about biodiversity, incorporating land, sea and air.
I didn’t find out how to do this so easily, especially the deletion part, so I hope it’s of use to some of you 🙂
To add a tag:
git tag -a v1.0 - m "Stable release 1.0"
git push --tags
To delete a tag:
git tag -d v1.0
git push origin :v1.0
Coming soon…I hope to upload to the app store by Sunday, in plenty of time for the meeting at the BGI, China in June.
I’ll let you know when it’ll be available!
I have tried (very quickly) to show how AV would change the way the government is voted in.
In the case of first past the post, we can have a government which doesn’t wholly reflect the thoughts of the overall population. In this example, the conservatives won with 40% of the vote, and the countries government would be a center-right one. However, with AV, it is possible that the lib dems and labour would get voted in as the government since their ideals are relatively close as both parties are more left…