This just got approved last night and I'm stoked with the results! Made some adjustments to the old mark and added subtle rounded corners to soften it slightly. I also modified Din Condensed and Futura Bold to round them off subtly as well.
These are just a few of the lockups we'll use for various applications. The circle mark will be used a lot as a stand-alone. Any feedback before I send these off?
over 1 year ago
Looking good brandon!
I agree! Have you thought about a period between the M and D? I like the octagon, good change of pace from the norm!
@Andrew Miller I tried a period, hyphen, line, backslash and they all jacked up the balance no matter how much I tried to kern and adjust accordingly. I'd ideally like a way to keep the "m" and "d" separate but am banking on the fact that no one will think "mdavid" is a word. Plus, the logo with type will almost always be used in context or else it'll just be the stand-alone circle mark. I might play with it some more just to make sure though. Thanks for the input!
Thanks @Jesse Spencer!
Yea man! I agree. Plus even when you say "mdavid" it basically sounds like M.David anyway. It works w/o just fine! I dig it!
@Andrew Miller you're so re-affirming :)
I like it. It's strange that I was first exposed it's the Motorola Logo.
Matt is one of my buddies here in Denver. You did well for him!
Thanks @noptar_interactive planet !
@René Stalder thanks! Funny you saw that. After working with it for so long I've seen both the Motorola and Adidas logos even though they look nothing like it haha.
@Josh Tilton no way dude, that's crazy! Give him a big 'ole hug for me :) And thanks for the kind words, I really appreciate it!
Looks great Brandon!
Thanks @Zach Hink!
Had completely missed this, really nicely done! I really like that mark and the adjustments to it are perfect.
about 1 year ago
Thanks a ton @Claire Coullon! I'm really happy with how it turned out :)
how did you do the distressed look?
10 months ago
@eric king II subtle grunge brushes by Function. I just beef up the contrast.
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