Recently finished logotype for Cuberto (I didn't get the chance to post the process along the way, so thought I'd put two in one). The goal was to create a design that felt cohesive and clean with natural, flowing letter connections. It also had to be highly legible and not too elaborate.
Full size here (I really need to update my website..)
about 2 years ago
I'm drooling over that 'er' ligature...wow!
Cheers Joe! Gotta love cursive :D
Super nice Claire. Love that 'er'.
Thanks Michael! I'm really glad you guys both like it, it can be a little tricky getting those 'r's to flow nicely..
RRR... Don't I know it..! ;)
Ha, no kidding! (Don't even get me started on the spacing..)
wonderfully executed! I dig it!
Than you Greg, happy to hear it!
Very nice, I love how it's so close to being a humanist sans, but remains a cursive and flows exactly like you wanted it to : naturally.
VERY inspiring.. thanks for adding the combo... looks great
Hubert - Thank you very much for your kind words and detailed feedback. I'm really glad to hear that it works. Cheers!
Chris - Thanks a lot! Happy you like it.
Lovely style. But the only thing I dislike is the C joining the u. It almost forms a lowercase a.
Thanks a lot for the feedback! Yeah I do see what you mean, that's partially why the connection to the 'u' is quite thin to avoid that as much as possible. I tried a couple of sketches with the bottom of the 'C' going underneath slightly, but it looked disconnected. Cheers for the input!
So much fun. I love the sketches.
I second Hubert's comment about a humanist influence; It works quite well. Great work!
Lovely logo Claire :)
Awesome! Love too see your early sketches on the background!
@Claire Coullon, Thanks for your work :)
Lovely work, indeed; 'to' is money.
*Holds palm to to Claire's forehead*
Are you running a fever?
2 shots in 2 days...?
I thought I'd never see the day.
Lovely typework as always, Claire! It definitely feels natural and handmade, but still extremely professional and works so well for the business it represents.
Not sure I can add anything new to the feedback from above - too slow! But cracking stuff, as always!
Sketches + final logo, they all look so great, I agree that e-r ligature is awesome.
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