Working on some branding/collateral for a project with an architect friend of mine. Site is called "Burnham Square." The Idea is by using the shape of a square and placing it where the number is placed when you "square" something, we help people do what they will do inevitably anyway: Shorten it. So it becomes "Let's meet up at Burnham." Hopefully its quickly digestible visually speaking.
over 1 year ago
Really classy and clever.
nothing like Neutraface for an architectural branding project. looks great!
really clean looking, I like it
Love it dude, got it immediately.
Tymn - Ah good! What a relief. I was afraid it was a stretch. Glad to hear that!
I like it dude, conceptually strong. Neutra gives it a great 60's mod feel too.
Sterling Cooper has nothing on you.
i definitely read this as burnham (no square) initially so the shortening is very successful and smart to get a head start. i think a lot of companies could help control their brand by shortening their names as people will inevitably do anyway. great job!
DUDE! Do you ever sleep? I am starting to worry about you...
Oh, you fancy, huh? Strong execution.
Very classy, great job.
Really diggin that color palette in the shot man. Very well done Scott!
Really love this as I'm a big Neutrafan myself.
I do believe in honest critique, though. And so I must say that seeing the smaller size, I completely disregarded the square as a TM or ®. And if they ever were to trademark their name, how would that little trademark symbol act with the logo? With that in mind, it may be worthwhile exploring a larger square, perhaps the size of the adjacent type itself (with maybe a hollowed out square in the middle of it).
Anyway, just my two cents. Lookin classy :)
first one is my fav.
Looks absolutely classy. I love it! It's simple, but the "square" part of the logo isn't that obvious at first.
Very, very, very good.
about 1 year ago
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