Personal Logo

The flowing, curvilinear style of art nouveau as inspiration for a personal logo.

Personal logo as art nouveau by Andrew McConville.
Personal logo as art nouveau.

Influenced by Alphonse Mucha designs, a circular, organic symbol was created in a floral fashion and placed in the upper left corner of the logo referencing a flower tucked behind the ear. Sweeping curves were then integrated with the leg of the “A” to resemble flowing hair. The thin light font of the last name was specifically chosen to contrast with the boldness of the rest name and to carry the delicateness of the flower across the logo.

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