Where have you been Gert :)
over 1 year ago
@Gert van Duinen .................wow.................wow!
Just love the simplicity and strength this carries.
can I have one! :D
@Jovan So damn busy these days mate. Got a shitload of projects piling up!
@Mike Thank you bro, cheers!
Awesome work, I love the H and hidden F
I really like this and it's been interesting reading the suggestions/feedback on it. I do agree with what you said earlier about the 'H' being a little heavy compared to the 'F', it almost overpowers it. That said, I'm also curious to see the other ideas you have for this! Best of luck with all your projects and I hope you still manage to enjoy your weekend as well.
Killer monogram, dude. Never seen anything like it!
Great concept, love the negative space. I think the only thing (for me) that doesn't fit is the use of a non serif/slab font for the "F". Also, maybe the top and bottom ball line could be thinned out, to make the bold letter pop out a little more? Just a suggestion and might be worth a try. But nice work!
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding This is GREAT! SWISH!
Very nice man!
Yet another perfect circle.
@Claire Thank you for your suggestion. I do have a couple of more concepts, some slightly different, some totally different like an ambigram I'm working on at this moment.
With even more projects piling up I think it's getting harder to enjoy my weekends, but hey you know we also love our job right (-:
@Kevin Thanks for taking the time to comment on this mate. Personally I think the non-slab serif F isn't a big problem. I could compensate it with the accompanying type, using a sans-serif for the "Family" part or something. I'm still on it and I will take your suggestion on board, thanks.
Yeah I dig this bro! Nice work!!
@Mike Glad to see a word from you bro. My apologies for not being around that often lately buddy. Will catch up on you soon!
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