A little glimpse into the very early development of a new logo for the farmers market at my Riverwalk internship. All my logos start out as notes, brainstorm bubbles and quick sketches. I go through a lot of ideas, drawing everything, before I pick out a few rough diamonds for refining into two or three digital roughs. I had a professor who used to call this stage "visual vomit" and I think that just about sums up how you should sketch everything, no matter how silly, when brainstorming. Turning on that internal editor at this stage is the fastest way to kill your creativity.