The making of a logo – for a singer/songwriter

Yaniq is playing his first solo gig tonight (14 Jan 2014) at Lezat, Jln Sukma 45, Ubud, Bali.  Hope to see you there.

His fresh, new, original, acoustic songs will make your feet dance and your heart sing.

Even his T. Shirt is brand new.  He designed his own logo and then transferred the image onto his T. Shirt – just yesterday!

The Making of a T. Shirt

The Making of a T. Shirt

Electric blue on black – and now, if you look closely, he’s painting gold guitar strings…

Yaniq's T. Shirt - nearly done

Yaniq’s T. Shirt – nearly done

The finished article

Yaniq's T. Shirt - ready in time for the gig

Yaniq’s T. Shirt – ready in time for the gig

and this is his original design, where the T. Shirt came from…

Yaniq - Rock edged with blues and reggae

Yaniq – Rock edged with blues and reggae

So, what does it mean – apart from the obvious guitar image?

Well, the first four letters of his name, Yaniq (pronounced Yanick), are running down the neck of the guitar and then the body of the instrument forms the last letter, ‘Q’.

Yaniq is a singer/songwriter whose music is predominantely rock, edged with blues and reggae, and the letter ‘i’ in his name brings the whole thing to life, and light, as a candle.

Come and watch him perform TONIGHT, Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014, at Lezat (same street as Jazz Cafe, Ubud) and let his music light up your life!

Yaniq’s blog is: http://yaniq1.wordpress.com/ and, if you want to be on the mailing list for future performances, please comment on this blog or email: yaniq1@outlook.com

For an earlier blog post about Yaniq click here.

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5 Comments

  1. Kuatarina Mount

     /  15/01/2014

    Very creative, Yaniq. Have a great gig.

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  2. Good luck to Yaniq tonight. Rock on!!

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  3. Love the electric blue! Love the design! Creative genius at work! Bring it on….!

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