I designed a logo for a little group of pilots who fly old military planes (DCH-1 Chipmunks). The group is flying that is called formation flying. They fly first and foremost as a hobby, but do also attend at airshows. Above at the image of their badge you can see what is called a classic box formation. The pilots wanted the badges for their flight suits, where they have velcro attachment pieces. They fly four planes. Three Danish Chipmunks and a single British. The Danish planes, which are the first three on the badge, has a classic day-glow colour and the last plane, that has yellow markings, is the British one. The landscape you see in the background is North Jutland, which is probably the easiest geographic spot in Denmark to recognize with so few lines. The logo needed to be simple, but also informative. Just from looking at the logo/badge you can see the name of the group, the type of airplane, the planes, what they do and their geographical location. If you are familiar with the colours of Daneborg (the Danish national flag) you will notice that the circle around the logo is red and the letters are white. I would have preferred to sew the badges myself, but since they needed at lot of badges (more than a 100 have been ordered) we choose to produce them at a local company. I personally think it turned out really well and the pilots were satisfied as well. For more information about Chip Chaps you can visit their website.