2021-02-16 (Tu) Gravy Shock

Long before this was a radio play, it was going to be a video game. I designed a logo for the overarching corporation named Granica. Their name means "border," and I designed their logo to look like a broken fence post. The font is sturdy and a bit oppressive.
Granica logo

The Barefoot Militia are not "good," but they are not sinister. They are the first private army in space and the largest. Their name comes from the gravity simulation plates that require flesh contact and the soldiers who train on them without shoes. The logo showed Earth at the bottom and the five largest satellites when they incorporated. The stars are for the eight founding members. I drew both logos with AutoCAD and QCAD.
Barefoot Militia patch

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