My first post since a while.. I had to focus on my school.
In the mean time I have tweaked some things to my 27 logo, and I think it's good now. I've also decided to use some colors.
@Type and Signs gave me the advice (on Logopond) to drop the circle. I did.. And I think this is way better. Thanks for that.
I also want to thank @Daniel Keller and @Richard de Ruijter. THEY ARE AWESOME! GO FOLLOW THEM!
over 1 year ago
I knew it would look better without circle ;) looks really good now!
"Vermelho 27" means "Red 27" in portuguese. This song (which is played as a tango song) tells the story of a gambler who used to play the roulette and always chose red 27 for his number. He made lots of money this way, until a day that black 17 came, and he found not a single friend among all of those that used to be so close. Very tragic song, and the tango just adds to it.
I love all the breathing space that the removed circle brought to the anagram. Nice job!
This looks really fantastic Maarten. Looks really striking, clean and strong - even moreso without the circle. Nicely done! Gorgeous red too.
love the simplicity of this! :)
Awesome Maarten!!! Bold and elegant logo!
This is so intelligent ...
Good job, like the way you did it :-)
Bloody (drool) fantastic (drool).
This is great!
Zeer goed gevonden!
Glad you chose this one Maarten, good to know that I am not the only young person here :P
Haha, I said it on Twitter too. Without a circle it's way more minimalistic! But I am not sure about the colors.
@All - I had a long, long comment to everybody.. But my PC got a BSOD again.. Thanks all!
This is it! Well done Maarten, great work!
Fantastic ambigram! My favourite number too! haha. Really great, love it.
This is beautiful.
Yay! 100 likes thanks to me... *uhum* I mean Maarten's awesome logo. :P
Nice use of color :D
So clever- how beautiful!
Maarten, it's been awhile. this looks great.
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