In logo construction I used geometry with hidden symbolism of Solomon's seal and Flower of life because I am fascinated by transcendent beauty of these two shapes and symbolic meaning behind.
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Are you a freemason? :p
This is incredible :)
Do you use those for all the logos you created or just this one? That is some construction :-)
Thanks all :)
@Rich I can honestly say there is no conspiracy behind
@Inka mostly yes except freehand and calligraphy based logos
immpresive to see those were considered when making this Jan,great work!
Wow, looks like they're working out really well for you :-) Math is beautiful.
Amazing work Jan! Congrats
Damn.. that's some construction! Jealous!
Well, that is just messed up! Absolutely stunning.
Pure genius! I like the use of symbols.
Makes a lot of sense Jan. I'm currently reading Geometry of Design - Studies in Proportion & Composition (2nd ed) by Kimberly Elam. If you haven't already, I'd surely recommend it.
@Gert thanks for recommendation, will take a look.
@Mike glad to hear from you, legend
@All thanks for likes, appreciate your kind support
Keep coming back to this one Jan, really great shot. You always put such thought and consideration into your logo designs, very much appreciate the mathematical approach.
As for Gert's suggestion, while I haven't read that particular book, I did read another one by Elam on expressive typography which was very good, so would second the recommendation based on that alone.
@Claire thank you
Jealous, this is amazing!
nice to see how you got to the final design. very clever indeed.
Need to get that book on my Amazon's wishlist emediatelly. Outa here... :)
Edit: Already purchased it. Very good book indeed. Thanks for the recommendation @Claire.
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