Presenting the final output of your logo design is just as important as the way you crafted the masterpiece. Logo design presentation takes a huge part in getting the approval of your client. There are, of course, some photorealistic logo mockup templates to help you showcase your presentation in a more professional way but other key to have a successful round of proofing with the client is how you present yourself.
One great example of this is the use of background in your logo. Let’s say you have the greatest concept among others and crafted it very well but not able to deliver the message effectively because you can’t coordinate with other elements then it is near the “useless” state. Our collection of various examples of blurred background in logo design proves that proper use of background can give justice to the final logo design.
Here’s a collection of logo design presentations using old paper background and texture to showcase itself to the client hoping it will get approved and catch the attention of everyone. If you want to create similar logo designs, you should have old paper textures on your toolbox so you can easily create, utilize and combine different elements such as the background, typography, various shapes and symbols.
Another similar collection that you might consider taking a look at is the set of old looking examples of vintage logo designs utilizing the same technique and elements. Other vintage-inspired collections that might inspire you in creating such designs are vintage postcard designs, vintage advertisements and vintage web designs.
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