Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

DrNo Effects

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Designed by BoomArtwork | Country: The Netherlands

“I created the logo artwork and packaging design for DrNo Effects, a range of vintage guitar effect pedals. It has been an absolute pleasure to work on this job as I always love to mix graphic design, custom lettering and illustration.

This project had all of these elements. I started by doing rough sketches, and created six different vintage styles, one for each guitar effect. Within each artwork, I tried to reflect the sound and style of the effect. I created custom letters to make,

every effect is unique and special. Finally, I placed the sketches in Illustrator, traced them and added colour.”

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Designed by BoomArtwork | Country: The Netherlands

“I created the logo artwork and packaging design for DrNo Effects, a range of vintage guitar effect pedals. It has been an absolute pleasure to work on this job as I always love to mix graphic design, custom lettering and illustration.

This project had all of these elements. I started by doing rough sketches, and created six different vintage styles, one for each guitar effect. Within each artwork, I tried to reflect the sound and style of the effect. I created custom letters to make,

every effect is unique and special. Finally, I placed the sketches in Illustrator, traced them and added colour.”

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