We're working on an identity for a new product and exploring some icosahedron shapes. Have you seen anything like this as a brand mark before? I've searched but can't find too many brands along these lines.
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5 months ago
One of the reasons high detail logos like these aren't done very much is because they tend to not scale well for small works. That said, the website polygon.com has a similar logo.
I like the one on the right. It's more engaging and less predictable. For scaling, I would thicken it up, or figure out a way to simplify it, or both. Notice the polygon.com logo is simplified.
about 1 month ago
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