Here are my first initial designs for my band logo, and considering our band name is 'Lift Off' I decided to enhance the visual side to this by featuring a bird/falcon as our logo, in a position of flight. A falcon would be more appropriate for a Rock genre band because falcon's are known for their fierceness and aggressive nature of stalking their prey and being vicious birds. Falcons are also a symbol of strength and respect, in of which I wanted the logo to represent metaphorically the strength and respect that Wolfmother has.
AFTER RECEIVING CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM CONCERNING MY WEBSITE AND LOGO DESIGNS...
On my second design for my web page design I've taken into account that a colour scheme should be set in place to extend the band's identity. To match the logo, I've made the borders and background of the web page grey-ish blue, and any area's of information in dark blue. I've also used red to colour the tour dates and the photos, which will draw attention to both. All colours displayed are within the strict colour scheme and while its quite a basic layout, the tones in the colour will make different parts stand out - which will make the web page itself look like its coming out at the viewer. I've put the logo in the left-hand side corner and then another detailed version below, next to the main image of the band. At the top of the homepage, all possible page options are displayed neatly and are easy to navigate. The main image is cleverly formed so that each member of the band is displayed in the shape of the main singer, which can connote unity and power as well as creativity.
After re-assessing my designed logo, I decided to keep experimenting with different images and forms. The solid form was of a bird, and i wanted to keep this symbol as it linked with both the group name 'Lift Off' and represented flight and freedom which infer that the band also employ this.
I have decided that the logo may spell out 'LIFT OFF' on each wing, if its being shown for decoration and not label, whereas if the logo is being used to brand something (like in the left-hand side corner of the website) then 'L' and 'O' can be used to represent the full title.