Logo in the works for a mobile software dev company named Lavabits. Combining the idea of a volcano, the letter L, and the droplet of lava in the negative space.
over 1 year ago
Looks good Sean.
I do think the "L" is a little hard to pick out. But the rest, (color, shape, lav droplet) is all spot on.
Nice work, as always.
Love this! Agree with @Christopher Magruder that the L is a little hard to see. But I like the direction.
@Christopher Magruder nailed my thoughts. Looking good.
Great direction Sean!
Lava is too viscous to form droplets, Sean :)
Really nice Sean! Agree with the rest about the L not being as pronounced as it maybe could be. For some odd reason, this made me this of quicksilver's logo, and then I looked at their logo and thought it looked nothing like it and they probably wish their logo looked this nice :)
So nasty!!! :) Great job!
good, good :)
It looks cool but the first thing that came to my mind was a uvula.
Sean this is great thus far. There isn't one element that is trying to conquer another. Everything feels very well balanced.
So cool man!
well done Sean. simply very iconic and fitting for the company's name.
I saw the L.
Great job on this one. Definitely a fun name to work with.
Just looks hot;)
Sean, this is really nice. The L can be a nice discovery for those who find it, and is totally not necessary for making the point and still clearly and iconically representing the company. well done.
Love the idea. Good concept.
Awesome! I saw the negative space element first which made me miss out on the "L". I'm wondering what it would look like reversed in black...
first thing that came to mind was a fountain pen
Typical awesomeness. I agree with @Mackey Saturday definitely a nice little find for those who find it
Everything is spot on except the "L". And it reminds me of a piece in a puzzle
Bro, you're just amazing.
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