Green Option
MDLab logo

“Portals”

Take a journey through multiple dimensions. Float through earth, water, and space with the MDLab “portals” illustration. Originally an exploration for a 10×10 foot wall mural, this became the creative muse for the direction of the studio website. The nested hexagons from the MDLab logo each become an elemental portal. 3 different locations for the “Multi-Dimensional” MDLab. The black values in the illustration are (mostly) aligned with the black values of the logo.

Color Options:

Hot & Cold:

This follows the original brand color for MDLab. Charcoal, red, blue and light gray. The purple is a mix of the red and blue primaries. The small stars also reflect this pattern change and are more playful as a result.

Acid Option:

Leaning into the psychedelic nature of the image, this palette bends but doesn’t break. The more green tone of the water scene counters well with the pinks, purples and oranges. The value of the black areas is detuned slightly to let everything merge a bit. My personal definitive version.

Acid Color
Green Option
MDLab logo

“Portals”

Take a journey through multiple dimensions. Float through earth, water, and space with the MDLab “portals” illustration. Originally an exploration for a 10×10 foot wall mural, this became the creative muse for the direction of the studio website. The nested hexagons from the MDLab logo each become an elemental portal. 3 different locations for the “Multi-Dimensional” MDLab. The black values in the illustration are (mostly) aligned with the black values of the logo.

Color Options:

Hot & Cold:

This follows the original brand color for MDLab. Charcoal, red, blue and light gray. The purple is a mix of the red and blue primaries. The small stars also reflect this pattern change and are more playful as a result.

Acid Option:

Leaning into the psychedelic nature of the image, this palette bends but doesn’t break. The more green tone of the water scene counters well with the pinks, purples and oranges. The value of the black areas is detuned slightly to let everything merge a bit. My personal definitive version.

Acid Color