Netmonastery.com -- "provides real-time network attack monitoring..."
This logo - the beginning phase of a complete rebranding - was designed in partnership with Gareth Hardy. The concept of the lion's mane doubling as a stop sign was key for effectiveness.
over 1 year ago
Very nice. He looks menacing and protective. Spot on.
Thanks @Inka Mathew -- that's exactly what the client wanted to hear
very good looking! maybe space between mark and tpe a bit too big... but just a bit.. :)
Really enjoying this concept as a whole Raja. The mark is incredible and the octagon is a really nice touch - a simple solution that I haven't seen often. I love the 'N' in the type and the connectedness of it all. Fabulous work man :)
A really strong design, the squat stance of the typography brings it home.
@Deividas TY, maybe it is,.. but I need to retain that suggestive stop sign porportion
@Joe Prince Where have you seen this, if not often?..Type still is a WIP but appreciate your comments
@Fabian Marchinko I like the way you stated that, TY
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding TY brother
I meant I haven't seen an octagon used for an attack monitoring or security company before. I think the idea of using an octagon is very original and I dig what you did with it :) Cheers man.
Strong stuff Raja!
Joe, Jovan, thanks
I love the mark and type a lot! Simply outstanding job!
great work guys... I mean Gareth.
I want this on a shirt!
Lovely mark, Raja. Simple and Strong :)
thank you for looking fellas!
Working on perfecting it so that I can move on to the style guide http://rajasandhu.com/best-logos/raja-sandhu-style-guide-logo-grid.png
about 1 year ago
Check out the complete logo rip-off here:
about 1 month ago
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