Like the flair on the stencil type. Fresh!
about 1 year ago
You're a machine Brother. Killing it.
You have a way with words. Get it?! Words. Get it?!
@Jake Dugard I don't get it.
Dude this looks great. Love the use of textures on here.
This is awesome! I love it
by Richie Stewart
about 1 year ago
Man, this has such a great feel to it. You're quite good at seal-type logos.
For some reason, the words 'Digital' and 'Greater' appear slightly bigger than the other words. Is that just my eyes playing tricks on me, or was that intentional.
The only other thing I would say is that, technically, this thing looks fantastic. I'm very blown away by its style and aesthetic.
But *conceptually* though, I'm not sure it coincides with the theme. When I think of pixels, I think of technology; digital; new and cutting-edge. This seal has a very organic, stenciled, industrial feel to it, and especially with its texture, it feels like it's been around a long time — like it was stenciled on the side of a building, and has been weather-beaten for generations. It seems to be
quite the farthest thing from techy, digital, and pixelated.
@Jon Stapp Thanks for the kind words and I totally appreciate the feedback, which I think is spot on.
Just for a bit of backstory, the mark / badge is for a site which sells custom tumblr themes. Playing off the name 'Union' is where the direction of the design came from...old labor union stamps / plates / etc.
The scope of the audience is slightly broader than just tech / digital people as it is a storefront, for literally anyone to purchase a tumblr theme.
Just wanted to put that out there. ; )
My fav out of the 3 for sure. Love the P with the circular arrow.
Great mark!! Love the style. Using the word 'pixels' without having it relate to actual pixels is very smart and forward thinking ;)
Looks great, nice "gritty" texture. Did you use a premade texture pack or trash it yourself?
This is major!!!
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