Revised design for Foehn & Hirsch. A custom ampersand with a little 'nick' at the bottom of the ampersand, left of the foot. Just a small detail.
about 4 years ago
This is looking lovely Graham. I really like the simplicity of the logo and the logo mark is solid. Nice stuff.
So neat! Simple, effective and very, very good looking!
Solid design. The weighting towards the bottom of the boxed F&H is great. Elegant custom ampersand with some nice features. Out of interest, what did you base the spacing on between the F&H lettering and the edge of the box?
I like this.
Kevin : The spacing is double the width of the font weight as a rule. So the space from the outer edge of the 'h' is the same as the spacing between edge of box and 'F'. If that makes sense. :)
By the way, the font of the wording is based on Effra Bold by Dalton Maag. Dare I say, a font I like more than Helvetica and more elegant that Gotham.
Wow. Simply gorgeous. Great stuff Graham.
Looks great Graham. Very professional. I also like the alignment with the black box. Nice work.
Classy design Graham. This turned out really well
Proof that simple can be stunning. Really good work on this one.
Amazed at the positive feedback so far... really chuffed to see. Just awaiting for the ideas to be approved from 'the' management.
You always seem to make logo design look easy. Damn you and your skills.
Finally got board approval for this rebrand. So very happy.
This is inspirational, to say the least.
almost 3 years ago
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