@Kilian McMahon made a great point about the if it's the other way around, it's closer to a P. I'm not as much of a fan of this. I like the empty white space in the other one, looking like a pixel has been pushed/moved. I also like the way it kinda links in with the first part of my branding. Changed the blue slightly to take emphasis off it.
9 months ago
I see what you mean about the whitespace. I'd suggest doing this in photoshop to get something more natural. I just messed with a vector shape super zoomed in and started to get this. http://cl.ly/image/0A0e3Q1X2T3H
Overall though it might be too simplefied unless you're always going to accompany it with type, which may work spot on but just more awkward if it can't stand on its own.
Yeah. I'm not sure if I care about it standing on it's own. I say that now of course and later on down the line, I might! Thanks for the vector. Stuff to think about there.
I'm just trying to limit myself, to keep it as fundamental as possible. See PixelPusher3 to see a more confangled version.
by John Keyes
Maybe over-stretching the idea. The negative space is retained, but the (sub) pixel that was pushed remains visible. The remove of the (sub) pixel emphasises the P.
9 months ago
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