Oct 17, 2013|Private|Graphic Design|Completed|
Project 1: Create Monogram pattern using custom logo
We would like to create a monogram pattern using our existing logo, the monogram we have in mind is basically a repeat pattern of 1 logo in 1 colour.
We have picked out 3 monogram patterns that we like (see attached) and would require the designer to cr...
Skills: label and package design, logo design, adobe illustrator, graphic design
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