This is the new version of my logo, with a renewed and clearer A, just like my friends Radu, Viorel, Francois, Alex and Nick suggested in the previous shot.
I felt like keeping the Infinite Loop for a specific reason (it's evocative to a particular place, that is) and the similarity with my "face" on Jumpzero website made it feel like the right choice.
Besides, while working on it I felt like experimenting with some textures and styles, to make it a little more interesting. Hope you like the result.
As always, feedback and critique is HIGHLY encouraged.
over 2 years ago
that's a great improvement bro!! i'm falling in love with that logo,especially the dark texture of the circle!!
Thanks a lot Nick, super glad you like it!! :)
Now this is pretty nice! Good job with the texture and light! :) I dig it!
Thank you Francois!! :)
The general direction is better (I mean the cutoff on top of the a is OK) but I believe the horizontal bar is too off-beat with the rest. How about adding a bottom-right corner to the a instead? Or adding a less opaque disc to emulate both the inner bowel and the terminal serif?
It's a definite improvement from the first version. Good going, bro!
@Radu Glad you like it my friend, I felt like it was kind of a better solution.
@Viorel Thanks a lot for the solutions you propose! I'm going to try and see how the angle in the bottom right looks like, cause it really sounds like a great idea, but now that I found a solution that is "self contained", it will probably be hard to let it go. I know myself enough to say so :P
Making it look offbeat was indeed the way I could break the O sensation and make it look like a proper A.
Anyway, enough of this, final version will be on my site :)
Thank you again guys!
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