Continued '&' exploration...
almost 2 years ago
Nice, Michael ;)
Very cool! What is it for?
Continuous and do not stop @Michael! Love it!
I like it!
@ALL4LEO @Adam @Abdallah @Yoga - Cheers guys!
@Herson - Working on an '&' solution > intended to be combined with a primary logotype, in addition to playing as a standalone mark for a group of iOS developers.
In that case this is AMAZING :) Love it.
For some reason the tips of the "&" look like fingers to me. Is that on purpose? If not thats something you can explore
@Herson - Cheers! RE the fingers > precisely what I was going for ;)
You are my idol when it comes to using orange and black.
Also, this is super cool. Very clever use of type and image.
Great concept and execution, Michael.
Great! I love it
Looks like Tap & Swipe. FANFRAGGINTASTIC.
at first I thought this was an ampersand reading today's newspaper X-D
I couldn't describe how awesome this is! Love it Michael, give us moar!
Love the concept. That shading is out of control... someone hit it with a tranquilizer, quick!
you really captured the finger-like look
@Jesse - Ha! Cheers!
@Herson - Thanks again!
@Matt - Flip it 180 degrees, and you hit the nail right on the head!
@Inka @Sophie @Maarten @Daniel @noptar_interactive @Lauren - Greatly appreciated guys!
@Emir - Ha! Thanks a lot man!
haha, Lovely stuff Mike!
@AndyTheJoker @Luke & @Gert - Thanks a lot guys!
It's a really nice mark. Even though I would not suggest using technology in logos or icons unless is purely for fun. See the 'save as' button in windows. Some people don't even know what's a floppy disk anymore.
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