You all know me as a graphic designer and illustrator, but I also dabble in personal projects. More so after I read Build a Business, Not Just a Client List. It touched upon one factor that really matters to me: building business assets. Creating alternate streams of income. For an artist, that can be many things. But I want to briefly share one idea that my friend and colleague, Dayne Henry Jr. (aka Romidion) are slowly building. In a nutshell, it is a community/studio of artists. I won't say more than that because there is one factor that makes this idea different from the rest.
Well, we've been talking about branding. As you know, that's a topic I love, because the possibilities are endless. We've come down to two ideas and we'd like your help in making the decision. But first...
Let me explain the meaning behind the name we chose, which is 8-Bit Robot. We both grew up in the 80's surrounded by all kinds of wonderful things that inspired us as kids. Shows like, He-Man, Thundercats, G.I. Joe, Voltron, Robotech and the Transformers. We were also fortunate to grow up when Nintendo came onto the scene and made a huge name for itself designing 8-bit video games. The funny thing is, all of these things are around today in different media. Even 8-bit games are being playing by today's generation. It seems what serves as nostalgia to us is still fun today and that's what 8-Bit Robot will be all about. Below you'll see two different logos and all you have to do is pick the one that speaks what I've just explained.
You can have a hand in branding a new business venture, so let us know what you think.
P.S. To know more about Romidion, click on his name above.