This week’s Retro '71 concept is the third installation of the faux real estate/land development companies used to purchase the land for the Walt Disney World Resort.
I came up with the logo for Compass East Properties by simply using iconography from the company’s name because it is simplistic and to the point, as every logo should be. I then set the name in a popular late 60's/early 70's typeface to pay homage to the period. The color palette is a simple monochromatic color scheme in blues. Finishing the design, I used a washed out grit texture to help give it a worn look.
Well that does it for this week’s concept. Hope to see you back on Friday as we look further into the fantastic fonts and terrific typefaces used by Disney Designers on some of our most beloved attractions. See you then and have a good week!