Just wrapped up the 'BD' project for a digital design firm in Boston, AU.
Not 100% sure they're sticking with the current color scheme > but it's the primary option for the moment... If we go ahead with a variation for the ID material, I'll be sure to post an update.
Thanks a ton to everyone for all the comments & input along the way! As always, your thoughts are tremendously appreciated! :)
**FINALIZED via > FLICKR
over 2 years ago
Lovely stuff my friend!
Well done, I like harmony between type and icon.
beautifully done Michael!orange your fav colour? ;)
on a word bubble kick of late, eh? :P
Yep the type fits reaallly good!
The type is awesome. great stuff, michael!
@Tim / Ali / Jan / Simon / Benjamin - Cheers guys! Thanks a lot! :)
@Luke - Ha! I said the same thing for the SEED
project... Just happens that way sometimes > a few projects at once with a similar color theme. Orange in this case was was originally inspired by the iron rich Australian soil ;) Again it might change...but I think it works rather well.
@mroncetwice - When it makes sense, it makes sense ;)
Great & Clever as usual!
superbly finished,and super awesome typo choice works pretty well together!
On quick comment, mark is great. Lettering not so, first problem letter S and B, they look flipped, usual problem, you need to pull back first bowl of B and negative space of S is not balanced. Upper part needs to be smaller than the lower. T is too narrow.
Come later to Skype I'll show you quick sketches how to fix this.
@Romain / Nemanja - Thanks a bunch guys!
@Sandro - Of course I value your opinion, but honestly we're pretty set with this as is. RE the 'B' > it isn't actually flipped, but rather equal top & bottom... Obviously those aren't your standard 'B' proportions, but it's not a mistake > given that it emulates the same curves as the 'B' in the mark. (Same deal for the 'D') RE the 'S' & 'T's you're right > the 'S' actually does look flipped, and the 'T's could probably be widen up just a bit. Thanks for the thoughts ;)
Nice! Good type too, nice job.
Gorgeous, Mr. Spitz.
Bloody nailed it, Mike!
@Sean / Jacob / Henric - Thanks a ton guys! :)
It works for the mark because it is not finished, but because of ending of that lower bowl (the way how curve is going) it looks like its going to fall over on the right. You just need to pull the upper bowl few points to the left so that is visually ballanced. Now it is mathematically probably.
"D" is ok, works well. Biggest issue S and T.
Nice one buddy!
@Sandro - Yeah, I kind of see what you mean about the mark version > it kind of tricks your eye... Check out the update via flickr. Adjusted T's & flipped the 'S'. The 'S' alteration isn't dramatic, but I think I'm happy with it. Still not sure I want to mess with the 'B'...but it's the same right now in the update.
@Ivan - Thanks a lot my good man! :)
@Michael, You did it again. Looks great
Here is a quick sketch: http://cl.ly/3C3m013l0I1o3M1k0u2I
Hope this helps. :)
Also bar on the A is a few points too thick.
@Amanda / Herson - Thanks a lot guys! :)
@Sandro - Good pointers, thanks for taking the time :) I think the 'B/S' are going to remain as is, but I did adjust the 'L' and the spacing issue was already updated in the larger version. RE the crossbar on the 'A' > it's the same weight as everything else, so I think it's ok.
@Mike - Thanks a lot buddy! Much appreciated! :)
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