I was digging in the crates searching for something and I've stumbled on this little piece I was working on this spring. Never got in use though but I liked it anyway. Every logo designer out there knows that working with a brand name which is structured with 3 short words can sometimes get really tricky.
2 months ago
Very clever, I'm thinking about how would this look with the m,n,e & t was the same color as t,r & p
Would have tried this in three lines : the Y and X merged in a single point, and the bottom of the X with the dot of the "i".
@Shak Daniel the point was to have the word "trip" in brown and connect with the dots/locations of that trip, but I see what you mean. Thanks!
@Nicolas Torres this had to work in the tiny header area and the thing you're suggesting would make it very vertical. That would definitely be one of the options but the result would ask for a much bigger logo space.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic it doesn't have to be straight lines, and/or the angles could be changed ;).
@Nicolas Torres "The shortest distance between two places is on the straight line." Namean? ;)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic but when you travel, you don't get through straight lines, and actually, in that logo, you can make the "places" move ;).
really nice! very love it! ;) much as love it! O_O (crazy)
I think having less lines might be a good suggestion. Especially because the bottom of the I also being a point creates some small readability issues.
But this is a sweet idea and I like it a lot.
this is clever =D
@Max Saladrigas @Eric Crow @HEVNgrafix Studio thank you all!
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