Custom logotype design for French production and post production studio Noside, producing, direct and post-post produce TV and viral commercials for clients such as L'Oréal, Adobe, Dior, Nestle, Citroen etc...
After many different iterations with edges cut-off from any possible direction, we're still in the process of tuning a few last iterations that seem to have the best optical balance. Though the one presented here is one of the final candidates still subject to a few more last refinements. More about this later guys....
about 1 month ago
Cool one @Gert!
Looks fantastic - Love it
Very nice. Can I ask you what is the concept behind it? Why did you make the N & E like that? Thank you. :)
Is the spacing between letters the same for every one of them? Might not be the best solution.
Cool solution, Gert. I really like the way you cut N + E.
@Lucian Mangu because they're cutting edge =)
Nice grid! But I still don't understang the cutting edge
That is not enough for me... cutting edge... why did you make the right side of the N parallel with the cutting edge grid, but not the E? The top side of E is horizontal.
It made me think about INSIDE, somehow, maybe its just me.
@Gert van Duinen love it! Serious business man! :)
Love it dude! Little side note, it's 2013 ;)
I totally get it, man.
From last year?
@Emir Ayouni Yeah, time to pull it out from the freezer...
Looks awesome with very minimal 'chopping'.
Your stuff makes me drool.
Very nice. Good job!
Good job Gert, I especially like the 'S'.
Not sure about the cutouts to be honest. I can't help but feel that the construction lines and slick presentation seduce people a little. A mark should be impressive without all the circles and intersecting construction lines etc.Just felt like expressing my opinion.
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