Awesome use of white space! Maybe move the "S" in toward the "H" just a few clicks to remove the illusion of unbalanced white space on both sides.
almost 2 years ago
So awesome, amazing job on this.
Wow...really nice. I had no trouble seeing the H.
great stuff. It took me a second to see the H, but I was able to read it perfectly either way.
What a great use of negative space! Fantastic!
it is indeed awesome ...too bad it's Charles Goslin's duplicate using a different word :/
Scroll till you see "HEIGHT"
After I made it I searched every where and never found anything similar.
Obviously I like yours better ;)
Dude, that's freaking dope.
this one is better than Goslin's, your arrows are the same width as your font.
Incredible. I'd move the 'S' a couple pixels to the right to cut down on that uneven gap.
Clever one, Bravo !
@Eduard - the logos in that article is a random sample of neg space marks from Logopond, all by different designers and none is Goslin's. Just FYI before you get too excited.
What a beautiful concept ! Nice work Brian !
Holy shit! Godlike!
@Alex Pankratov, Re-Read the article, its Goslin's work... fyi
Brian, the idea is simple enough and some people thought about it too. Happens all the time, not a big deal really. It is still a great looking logo.
And not to hijack the thread, but that linked article is exceptionally misleading.
David, again - the article is poorly written, it attributes other people's work to Goslin:
City direct is by Mike Erickson
Illusion is by Anthony Lane
Ed's electric is by Siah Design
And here are Height and Tulipart. Other I haven't googled for links, but all they made their appearance on logopond in past few years, so they are most certainly not Goslin's. So "FYI" right back at you.
This blew my mind!
I saw the HEIGHT logo on Logopond, but I like the execution and context here.
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