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The Washington Examiner’s Paul Rand is the latest person to get in on the social media graphics craze.
His work is so well done and detailed that it’s impossible not to have a smile on your face when you see his work.
Rand started his career as a graphic designer before taking a job as a social media designer for the U.S. Navy in 2012.
Rand has now taken on many different projects for the military, but his work on social media has remained consistent.
He’s made graphics for every major military and government agency, including the State Department and the Pentagon.
Rand is one of the top designers on the web and is known for his use of different fonts, colors, and other effects to create graphics that are incredibly detailed and memorable.
Here are 10 reasons you should get to know Paul Rand’s work.
Paul Rand created a video game called “Dawn of War II.”
Rand created two graphics that became viral on the Internet: one for a “virtual” space in the “Star Wars” movie and another for the “Ender’s Game” game.
Rand was one of those designers who was “on the cutting edge” of video games when he was making “Empire” in 2000.
Rand designed and created a graphic called “Tyranny of the Gods.”
Rand did the original graphics for the official “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “Star Captain” novels.
Rand’s graphics have become iconic and beloved, and you can find them on both the Star Trek and “The Simpsons” logos.
Rand had a huge role in making the official Star Trek: The Next Generation logos.
Rand contributed graphics to a “StarCraft” video game.
Rand helped design “Darth Maul” the Sith Lord in “Star wars.”
Rand used to be a designer on “Halloween” and has been designing logos for games since before “Starwars.”
If you haven’t seen any of Rand’s logos, here’s what you need to know about them: 1.
“Star War” Logo The official “DotA” logo is based on the “Doom” logo.
In the original “Dothraki” video games, players had to shoot down an enemy ship while wearing an “Eagle” helmet.
This logo was inspired by the helmet in the film “Hocus Pocus.”
Rand’s logo uses an array of effects and effects to make the helmet look more like a helmet, and it also includes a Star Wars logo.
“Elder Scrolls” Logo In “Elderscrolls,” players have to use the “Magic Wand” to create runes and spells.
Rand also worked on this logo for “Dragon Age: Origins.”
“Harry Potter” Logo It was originally a logo for the first two movies of the “Harry Potters” series.
This is the third one, and Rand was the only person to make it.
The logo includes the name of the game’s protagonist Harry Potter, and there’s a “S” for “Star” in the top left.
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“The Hunger Games” Logo A lot of the fanfare surrounding “The Force Awakens” logo included a picture of the character Anakin Skywalker, but Rand’s design for the logo includes a picture in the middle of the page.
Rand originally used the “F” to represent the letter “F.”
“Pixar’s “Frozen” Logo Rand created the “Ice King” logo, which is a nod to the famous Disney movie.
The “F”-shaped icon on the ice has the word “Fantasy” in it.
Rand worked with Pixar on the Frozen logo.
Rand has a lot to say about how he made his “Furthest” logo: 9. “
Fairy Tales” Logo Like the “Dragonborn” logo above, Rand’s version of this logo uses a lot of different effects and techniques to make his logo look more “Disney-like.”
Rand has a lot to say about how he made his “Furthest” logo: 9.
“Swan Song” Logo Another design that Rand has been involved in is the “Swinging Star.”
In the “Puppet Show” logo you can see a “C” in place of a “K.”
This is a design that is so similar to “The Swan Song” logo that it is easy to recognize.
Rand wanted the logo to have that same “K” as the name “Saw.”
10 and 11.
“Toys” Logo This is one I’ve never seen Rand do.
The original logo for Disney’s “Mickey Mouse” was designed by Rand, and the logo for Toy Story 3 was created by Rand.
This version is much more generic, and has a Star Trek logo on the top right.
“Bubblegum Girls” Logo