Stoked to get sign off on this today. In the end we went back to the option where the word wasn't split. This brings it more in line with the traditional way it's written, although still technically incorrect as i decided to repeat (with modifications) the "LA" lock-up to help assist the eye with pronouncing it "laca/laca" rather then "la/calaca". Anyway, the client is happy, so i'm happy.
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about 1 year ago
looks fun !
I somehow missed the version from April 3rd, but this looks more fun - those two skeletons seem to be dancing with each other. Gives a nice thought for the start, good job, Matt!:)
It’s unique, Matt. I love it!!!
it's just super!
Congrats mate. Your stuff is legendary!
Good stuff Matt. Hope they get you to do their stationery and POS stuff as well for consistent branding. Nothing worse then a sign maker or a menu designer make a mockery of your work.
Yes! love this version.
Boogie on Matt!
@Julius Seniūnas Thanks mate. it was a fun project also, so i guess it rubbed off.
@Filip Pietroń Thanks also, just the vibe the client wanted. Those skeletons are dancing, which was a little tricky, so i'm glad you recognised it.
@Arno Kathollnig & @Oleg Vigranenko Thanks guys! super stoked you like.
@Rich Scott haha! thanks mate, that's a legendary comment!
@Norman Chan I'm hearing you buddy. hopefully it stays in my hands.
@Type and Signs @Joonbug @Jovan Petrić @Simon™ you guys rock! thank you thank you.
LOVE IT Matt, nice little calacas.
Had missed this, really excellent! I love it all one word, I think the type treatment works perfectly for it and the repetition looks excellent visually too.
I like this a lot, Matt! Really love the fact that you ultimately decided not to split up the words as you had them before. What a fun branding exercise. Do you get any discounts on food/tequila, if you ever find yourself in Bali?
I've chosen this for the logo of the day on the 18th of May. You'll find it here on that day: http://www.toroloco-design.com/blog
gee i've been slack at replying to a few threads. need to get on top of it.
@JCT mmmm... shaggy
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding cheers mate - stoked you like.
@Claire Coullon thanks claire, yes i think the repetition is what ultimately solved that phonetic problem.
@Jon Stapp cheers buddy, i'm stoked we ended up solving it by making it one word. visually i really liked the previous version but all your previous points about it would always remain, regardless of the clients wish to have it read LACA LACA. it was his choice to make it one word in the end, so i'm stoked we managed to resolve it. Appreciated your feedback as always.
@Stefano Slomma thanks mate. really stoked you've chosen it. will keep an eye out for it. legend!
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