First attempt at logo for a recent idea/project. The premise is the object inside the 'C' would change based on the topic/category. I'm not married to the font for the name yet either.
*If you've seen the diagonal line separating the T/C used before, please let me know. I'm trying to figure out if I've come across it before and inadvertently duplicated it.
over 2 years ago
I spy with my internet eye, Stag?
Looks cool, but something about the diagonal cut is throwing me off. I think the little portion of the T that you've left might benefit from being cut off completely on the right there.
Agreed. The two fonts for the mark and the name don't fit well together. The first T/C with the fist looks like a "bro fist" or even a donkey punch. The cloud doesn't open the right side of the C enough to make it look like a C. And the wrench turns the C into an E.
Look forward to seeing more versions though.
It seems like the T/C mark should integrate more. They sort of just feel laid over each other.
I agree with Nick that I lose the essence of the C when the shapes change. Since the shapes are so varied, I would guess that using them as the negative space inside the C would be really difficult to pull off.
the word Titan evokes something very sturdy and strong. Is this true of their brand? If so it would be cool to see some ideas in that direction.
Thanks everybody, you dropped some serious wisdom. I'm going to re-approach the union of the T & the C. I'm probably going to scrap the whole negative space idea.
I'm about to blow your mind - it's Adelle.
There's no place for bro fists in design. Thank you for saving me.
It most definitely has to be backed up. I'll make sure it has a nice helping of badass.
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