Logo for a t-shirt company called "point 269". What do you think? Catchy, interesting or not really?
about 4 years ago
I like this, a lot. I love how the lines and circles are disjointed but come together visually to create the numbers. Really nice. My only thought is that the dot and bottom bold line of the two seem to disturb the balance a bit. Less so the dot than the bottom of the two. Maybe try un-bolding that bottom line. And what if you made the dot, or point, a triangle with the same angles as the lines? I'm rambling... sorry. :)
Hello Rob, thanks for taking time and commenting, I really appreciate it! :) I see your point about the bottom line. However, if you make it thin, only upper shapes will grab attention and the whole thing will look disjointed. The thick bottom line brings all the objects together and they are perceived as a whole (rather then one part more than the other). And with the dot/point I wanted to be more conventional. Also it looks too light if it's not filled in :) Hope that makes sense?
Yeah, I think you're right the more I look at it. That strong bottom line does create nice horizontal movement. Good explanation. I'd love to see more of your work!
Initial site design for point 269. What do you think about the cart? Do like its position or better move it into the black stripe?
P.S. Sorry to the scrambled version, wanted to show as much as possible.
about 4 years ago
once again, thanks for your invite, I've now joined the ball-game and already very enthusiastic about Dribbble!
It also gives me the opportunity to say that I really love your logo, it's timeless, minimalistic but still sophisticated! Nice job ..!
Cheers & Ciao ..
almost 4 years ago
You're very welcome :) I'm sure community will be glad to have people who do stuff and ain't lazy ;) hehe
Thank you for the comment on the logo. The more it's out there the more I get completely opposite comments, which is interesting how different people think and perceive.
Thanks again :)
one of the definitions of great design is:
"You love it or You hate it!"
I guess you know what that means when you speak about 'completely opposite comments'! ~ You've made a great design ..!
Cheers & Ciao ...
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