Logo for a new national organization that gathers constructional steelwork engineers. Since Croatia just became a new EU member, there was a need for the bilingual logo solution. Logo mark = steel beam intersection in the negative space between the national flag colors.
5 months ago
Hi Alen ... you are welcome ... maybe we'll meet one day in Hamburg !!!!
Again pretty cool work !!
That's a great solution. Mark is on the spot, really saying "steel". I also see a letter "H"(if symbol rotated for 45°). Also the red is heat that is needed for melting and the blue for cooling the steel. Hope my gibberish makes sense:)
I imagine if the two middle lines of text could be in gray colours, and the last part "steel work association" in blue one. Like the colors line in logo shape.
Really like how straightforward the design is. Nicely done.
I love the I-Beam in the flag, saw it right away. Nice mark.
@TAS thanks buddy! I have to visit my relatives in Höxter soon, which is not too far from you, so we might even have a beer or two together! :)
@Roko Kerovec it does make sense buddy, as usual! Thanks a lot!
@John Zmuda I know what you mean but blue text block represents Croatian and gray one is in English, so mixing colors within the set would make some sort of confusion.
@Justin Ellis thanks bud!
@Kandace Green really glad that it's obvious, thank you Kandace!
Your solution is great and fits to the association but what makes me laugh is that I had similar one between some drafts for a building company :-D
It looks very official but modern as well. The steal beam intersection in the negative space is brilliant!
@Tomas Vateha thanks mate!
@Tomas Kopecny yeah, cool one to! Inspired by different construction elements though and you can notice that the vertical bar of the steel beam is thinner than the horizontal ones (it's the industry standard).
@Ameen Al Saqqaf thanks a lot, glad to see you here! No hard feelings for that comment on the Pond? :)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Absolutely not :D and I'm glad to be here!
Congrats, from one civil engineer to another :)
Ako se dobro sjećam, jednom sam na tvojoj stranici vidio dipl.ing.grad. i pomislio "Zakon! Nisam jedini građevinar kojem je draži dizajn" :D
@Luka Balic hehee, thanks a lot my respected colleague!
Da, da, dobro si to uocio, diplomirao sam u Zagrebu 2004 ali mi je dizajn oduvijek u dusi pa sam mu se rado i vratio nakon par pokusaja rada u struci. Tko zna, mozda se kad i sretnemo pa popijemo po koji Balic ;)
@Alen - Ja sam diplomirao u Zg u travnju ove godine, malo sam odužio zbog dizajna, al ne žalim ;) Svakako bi mi bilo drago da jednom nazdravimo :D Pozdrav!
@Luka Balic congrats buddy! Maybe it's time for the Dribbble Meetup Croyaysha! I'm good with @Michael Spitz and @Roko Kerovec but I'm sure we could invite and get a few more players from the area. Food for thought....
Everything is in its place. "Tough" logo :^)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic @Luka Balic Aight boys, I'm up for the meet-up:)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic @Roko Kerovec @Michael Spitz - Meetup sounds great! Prva polovica kolovoza bi mi bolje pasala, ak smijem napomenut ;) Cujemo se, lukabalic.design[et]gmail.com
Sorry za spamanje, slobodno izbrisi komentar.
@Jovan Petrić thanks a lot bro! And yes, when you get a text block like this one to work with, it just makes things a tad more complex.
@Roko Kerovec @Luka Balic ja sam vam momci pred selidbu u novu kucu pa brijem da tamo negdje za jedno mjesec i pol do dva tek mogu razmisljati o konkretizaciji ove ideje. Ali to je ujedno i dovoljno vremena da se fino organiziramo.
Nice one Alen.
@Michael Spitz thank you very much sir Spitz!
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