How to Use the Perspective Grid Tool for Logo Design

by Guest Author March 26, 2020

How to Use the Perspective Grid Tool for Logo Design

Emir Ayouni (AKA Growcase and one-third of Forefathers) was one of my first design heroes. I remember this Inappropriate Factory logo he did (see above) just blew my mind. 

So when we did the Responsive Branding Training with Emir Ayouni I was thrilled when he shared how he created factories, warehouses, and other building in Adobe Illustrator. 

Check out the video below to see the simple way Emir creates these amazing vector illustrations and logos. 

Pretty cool, right?

If you dig this technique you can see 17 videos, 2 webinars, and much more packed with these kinds of cool tricks, tips, and techniques.

Learn more about Responsive Branding with Emir Ayouni now





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