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Best Fitness Logo Design by Martin Williams

Hey, my name is Martin Williams and I create the best fitness logo design, including the world famous GYMSHARK logo. I am a veteran logo designer with over 25 years professional experience. Below you will find an example of my work, more can be found in my portfolios, thank you.

The Challenge:

GYMSEVEN required a logo design for there gym-wear apparel brand. The client requested a simple, modern and clean logo to be designed.

I knew early on, after some preliminary sketching, that I wanted to combine the G and the number 7 into an emblem for the logo. G7 was a great abbreviation of the brand name and it just felt right.

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My Thoughts:

During my concept sketching I figured out how I could use the number 7 to form the bottom of the G and that was my main focus then moving forward.

I tried many variations and refined the concept several times until I settled on this very minimal, sharp and modern emblem. I also experimented with a lot of colour combinations and took my time to ensure that I selected the perfect typeface to compliment the motif.

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Have a fitness logo design project of your own?

If you are looking for a very experienced logo designer then please get in touch, I would love to discuss your project with you.

I have worked on hundreds of logo design projects over my long career so I am certain that I can be of assistance to you.

You can find further examples of my logo design work in my logo design portfolio, or read reviews from my previous clients here.

Have a question?

If you have a question about my logo design services you can find answers to the most frequently asked questions here

If you cannot find an answer there then please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer your questions.

You can find more information on the types of logo design packages I offer here. However, I have designed most things over the years so don’t worry if what you require is not listed there.