This is the initial logo exploration for a new line of products I'm working on. The brand is inspired by the sea and sunken ships. I wanted this version to look like it had spent years tumbling along the ocean floor. Feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks damiankidd for the invite!
5 months ago
Nice work, welcome to dribbble!
Going deep @Adam, really cool. Welcome.
I believe that each letter would have individual indent after some time spent on the bottom of the see. So, try to redesign each letter "E" in its own way. Now it looks like you have used a cheap font...
Maybe kerning between D and E should be little bit closer... not sure.
Welcome to the game :)
@Ivo Gregurec very true, they need to be much more unique respectively. Is that what is making them look like a cheap font, or does the lettering in general look like that?
Thanks for the feedback!
@Adam Rogers in general, lettering is quite elegant though its grungy. By "cheap" I ment "free" because Profesional font like this one would probably have a ligature for double letters... Is there something in negative space? Looks little bit like an old rusty propeller... or is it just my imagination?
by Adam Rogers
Revision of the first logo for a new line of products I'm working on. Roughed up the edges a bit more and made the E's a bit more unique respectively. The brand is inspired by the sea and sunken ships. I wanted this version to look like it had spent years tumbling along the ocean floor.
5 months ago
@Ivo Gregurec There actually isn't anything in the negative space, though that's an interesting idea. I was initially looking for ways to play with the negative space.
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