Hi guys! These are the blueprints for the structure of MOAPPZ logo.
The client requested a wallpaper with these.
Check it out at @2x!
6 months ago
Great application of the golden ratio! Awesome outcome too! :)
@Axel @Max Thanks so much!
This version is a little different from the previous one because the client wasn't a fan of the upper curvature of the M.
great guidelines, great outcome :) always glad to see golden mean in logo design
Thanks @Jan! I really love playing with the golden ratio!
Hnnnng! It's so good
@Cyrus Glad you like it! :)
Awesome! Great work.
Nice work man! D
@Kamlesh @Reloart @Denton Thanks guys!
i think it looks unnecessarily fat, is there a reason for that? i would have gone with a thinner line and condensed overall shape (adica arata cam gras si cracanat). Also, the mark and typeface have absolutely no correlation, and that sort of bothers me for a type mark.
@Kempeli Design Thanks mate!
@Paul I think the thinner lines are just your subjective preference. It looks well balanced, as in line weight (5 units) in relation to the area (34x21 units). 8 units would've been too fat and 3 units would've been too thin.
Also, my design is a rework of the old logo the client had (see www.moappz.com) and he didn't want a too radical change just an update so it will look similar but with the golden ratio in it. And because of the golden ratio rectangle the shape has already been condensed from the old one with just the right amount.
Regarding the monogram and typeface correlation, that is not a rule. See Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani and many other famous examples.
@Radu Jianu well, or course monogram and typeface correlation is not a rule. But, I don't see why GA/LV monograms should be any kind of a yardstick in logo design, not even monogram logos. My favorite monogram is MIT Press, but that's entirely subjective, as well.
@Paul Their are not, they were just the first examples that came to mind.
What do you mean by "not even monogram logos"?
Thats just great! Nice work as always :)
5 months ago
@Dennis Dankeschön! :D
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