A collection of Logos designed by dezakaya for various clients
Over the years we collected various logos we designed for clients around the Middle-East and Europe. So, here’s a brief explanation of each logo, from the top.
flynas: flynas introduced a price-lock feature in their bookings procedure. It enabled anyone to lock a price of a ticket for 48 hours before making the decision to buy it. So, they wanted a logo that would serve also as a button on their website. the solution was the “locked thumbs-up”.
Arab Cancer Institute: Cancer awareness uses different ribbon colours for each type. From breast, prostate to lung cancer, different colours signifies a different type. In order to give it an Arabic aspect, we use the symmetry of arabesques to join 8 geometric ribbons.
Kolovratok: Kolovratok means the silk wheel in Slovak. So, by splitting the name into three parts and aligning the Os, we gave a subtle hint to what the name stands for in the logo.
Deutsche Schule Bratislava: Logo for the German school in Bratislava. We wanted to marry aspects of both countries. So, we chose the most iconic building the Bratislava Castle, and the colours of the German flag.
Party Hotel: A unique project set to open in Dubai, Party Hotel would have parties on every floor. Using the ascenders and descenders in the typography of the name we created a simple logo to communicate exactly what the hotel was about.
Hotel Devin: Submission to Hotel Devin’s rebranding in Bratislava. We wanted to give that historical hotel a functional, yet classic aesthetics similar to the building itself. So, we were inspired by elements of Slovak folklore. As a result, we gave the monogram a modern twist, while using the symmetry between the two letters.
Kitsune: A concept restaurant in Dubai, inspired by the mystical foxes in Japanese folklore. Because these foxes had many tails, so we used the silhouette of five tails and contrasted it with the body of the fox to create the logo.
Madinat al Arab: Madinat Al Arab, a planned City on the coast outside Dubai. The name meant “City of the Arabs”. So, our approach was to modernize arabesques by using rounded shapes instead of sharp angles. The name “Arab” in the middle was inspired by Calligraphy, but with a more geometric approach, to form a crescent.
Little Jungle: A kindergarten set to open in Dubai. Originating from South Africa, the idea was to use the young animals from the African continent in the logo, most noteworthy, the elephant. Kids simplistic drawings inspired the logo.
Gozour: A bio shop in Egypt. Gozour means roots. So, we used the shape of the “G” in both Latin and Arabic to create the leaf.
Delta: A financial company in Egypt. Their name came from the Nile’s Delta. It symbolized the expansion and diversification of investments. we decided to extend the line from the “L” and expand it into a “Delta” shape.
Cavalli club: A Club in Dubai opened by Cavalli, the fashion brand. Using the two Cs from the Cavalli logo, we merged them together to create the icon.