I find that jewelry can be a great place to get inspiration for a logo design. I started my research this month by looking at pictures of rings and pendants that were created with a Celtic theme. I had no idea that there were so many Celtic knots and that each represents different meaning! The Claddagh Design site had a really good overview and some beautiful pieces like the one seen here. The Celtic knot design began with Scotish monks using it to “glorify the Gospels.” Then it seems to have spilled into the Scottish and Irish culture as I saw in the article, The History of Celtic Knots, posted by Celtic Life.
On to my design process…
In branding, you need design and marketing to weave together to create a message that will attract your target audience. This logo reflects how these parts come together to make a whole. It also reflects how these parts are interlocked in an infinite connection of solutions. I like it!
I used Adobe Illustrator here. I like the way this logo design fits in a square or circle. With social media platforms, you need a square or circle profile image. This design lends itself well to those specifications.