Composite sketch for accompanying logotype.
almost 3 years ago
The flow is smooth and the endings of m and n are simply adorable :D Great work. Did you intended to make o combination look like "infinite" sign?
I like the style, it works well with the house logo. Definitely add some shine marks in to make it more plastic/balloon like.
will be nice to see this with the mark, nice Michael!
hahaha I don't know but, it makes me laugh! Great job another fine piece completed!
Yes, Michael, yes!
So fun. Love it.
Michael, I like it but I don't quite get the empty space under Balloon? Is it supposed to be a symbol underneath or something? As it is now the right side has to much weight so I suggest either to make the Balloon type smaller and lined more with the rest or put a illustrated balloon under "oon" to the right of "your". Or am I missing something? (I might me stupid here but I don't know how you intend to use it)
another great one, Michael.
by Michael Spitz
Vectorized & starting to rough out a few embellishments...
over 2 years ago
Thanks for all the comments guys! :)
@Pavel - Cheers! The 'infinity' sign wasn't conceptually planned out, but that arrangement obviously helps with the general flow of things...
@Ryan - Think we were on the same wavelength ;)
@Mattias - The basic lockup shifted back & forth to accommodate the various mark options... I.E. The type wasn't designed to standalone. I think you'll see how it balances out when we get around to the final.
over 2 years ago
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