Okay folks, I need some help with this one please. Which logo do you prefer? It's for an innovative publishing house called Firewords.
Both still need work and refining but I'm just trying to decide which is more effective. Any thoughts? Also, the typeface hasn't been decided yet, so that could change.
Book or quill? Thanks in advance!
10 months ago
@Dan Burgess the book is a little more literal, but I'm diggin' the flame on the quill. I say go with the quill.
the quill times 50. nice.
(ps nice presentation on the fading gif)
@Dan Burgess @John H Ratajczak yeah, was this in after effects? I'm gonna try and open that today for some practice.
Quill for sure! More memorable.
@John H Ratajczak @Brandon Escalante @Rich McNabb Thanks a lot guys. I'm leaning towards the quill too at the moment. Think it's clear enough what it is? It's hard to know when you've been staring at them for so long.
Brandon: I just made the gif in Photoshop. You can tween between frames - the more frames the smoother the fade.
The Great Dribbble Crash of 2013 early this week seems to have lost some of the likes and comments from this shot. I still have the emails so here are the lost comments...
"@David Petzold : yeah, lovin the quill"
"@GoHarmen : The quill. Very clever find and I love the style. The other one looks like a book burning. Yikes!"
"@Pattern86 : Book = Fahrenheit 451
Quill = Firewords "
"@jthomco : Quill - I feel like the book is a little too literal? The quill is definitely more imaginative and refers to a more creative vision.
A lot more distinctive too! :) "
Thanks for all the comments. It's clear the quill is the firm favourite :)
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