Trying a minimalistic approach to a house renovation logo. Have you seen something like this before?
about 1 year ago
No for me! And I like it @Sean!
The new update to DC Comics is doing this. That may be the main thing people point out.
Haven't seen similar Sean. But looks really rad!
Looks perfect and actually very clever!
hmm haven't seen it yet, @Terry Dee i'd like to see it have a link ?, you know the fold doesn't work like that, the rounded part of the back should be straight, if i were you i'd try a bigger fold to keep it clear and to not loose it at small sizes. have you explored this concept more to see if there is another way to approach it ?
Here's a link:
And DC is now using it:
Eh, DC is just a page curl. Sean's is quite different and I much prefer his flat color execution of it.
Really like the type you paired the mark with in the attachment. However, the alignment of the type in relation to the mark appears to be off as the ascender height it is not quite lined up with the upper right corner of the mark, nor is it vertically centered or golden ratio'd. Personally, I'd bring the type down just a tad to make it appear more visually centered within the vertical of the rectangular part of the mark like so. (or possibly nudged up so the ascender height is on the same line as the top right corner like so.)
All in all, I think it's fresh!
i like this idea, DC didn't invented the page curl.
Nice work Sean.
It's a great idea. But he asked if anyone had seen anything like it before and there just happens to be a recent, high profile execution like this. It's not who invented what...
@Sean McCabe Both are using the "reveal" as the concept behind the curl. New house. Secret identity.
I really like it. I'm all for minimal!
This is great, Sean. The concept is spot on, and the execution is to match.
Nice concept. As to if I've seen something like this before Tesa came to mind immediately. Red, curl, bottom right corner.
^Alex said it best, this is great man.
Love the simplicity.
Love the shape, kind of wonder if it is possible to make the mark feel like you are peeling off an old house (kind of does anyway, but really drive it home, heh)
either way this is nice, great job.
This is great, so simple but yet such a strong concept.
I don't particularly like the type used. The mark itself is professional yet really fun, and the type seems pretty "stickler" to me.
Interesting idea.I think the red color used is a bit too saturated.The grey shade beneath gives the feeling of "blank" and I like it ;)
Nice play Sean.
Well done Sean.
Thanks everyone for the appreciative response. It was done for Dan Philibin.
DC Comics use this technique... Ive also seen it being used for the D of the Discovery channel in some treatments.
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