The Work on the logo Jivoy is being continued ! Next sketch for this project ...
12 days ago
Love it! This v is amazing...
Maybe it's only me, but even thou the line work and flow look very very nice, I tend to read the J+i combination as an H, and again, I hope it's only me, because it looks very nice. :)
I read it as Jivoy :-) Very nice!
@Alex Tass I can also see where your coming from with the H. First glance I thought it was Jiooy. Still very nice work!
@Alex Tass Thanks for the deep analysis of my work :-) Everyone's opinion is important to me.
@Dalius Stuoka Thanks for support :-)
This looks amazing!
Oh man I wanna be able to make stuff like this, practice practice practice!
Have a background in graffiti possibly?
@Isaac Grant I work on paper only and writing instruments of different kinds .
Very very nice flow. Amazing work.
I think your typography is good, but it is all the same, can i ask why? :)
@Alex Tass I read it as an H as well.
Its beautiful, but... like @Alex Tass and @Mike McDonald, I saw it as an H at first glance. Perhaps dropping the tittle from the cap height and shortening it may help.
Totally gorgeous, but reads as Hooy!
This gives me the heebie-jeebies! Wow!!!
11 days ago
Beautifully balanced --but totally confusing as to what the first letter is- I read "d", "T", maybe"J" or an initial I couldn't recognize, besides 'fury'. I would suggest showing it to people without the closure of Jivoy, to make sure it reads. Might be the angle of the photo is making it more difficult?
Hi, I saw the same like @Alex Tass it looks like H, it's only my opinion :) and also be carefull with the small v too close, it could be read it like another O, I had the same problem with my past logo, anyway very nice work
@Joluvian Thanks for the comment, I will try to make more readable letter "v" . Probably need to raise the loop a little higher .
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