The concept for this work in progress symbol was to represent how the firm creating digital solutions (pixel) develops these into perfection (circle, as per Plato's theory of forms). All this in grouping in the idea of "looking down a well" to tie in the company name.
To the right can be seen an embroidery option as well as the favicon.
about 1 year ago
The form is stunning - I sat and stared at it for a few moments and "consumed" each individual shape. I'm not sure about the subtlety of the gradations in colour, though. In fact, I much prefer the embroidery option. Possibly even the favicon!
wow, it's like inception in the form of a logo.. mind blowing work once again!
specially love that outlined version!
This confuses my brain and I like it.
Hypnotic, man! ^^
Agree with @Robbie Pearce ... how the?!
The final, small, simplest, phat icon is pure awesome. Awesome!
Love this, David!
unique and clever done
Fuck that is hot - Please tell me the client is going to implement this on their site in all CSS?!!
Great idea David.
Very interesting, the way the upper right one pulls you in somehow reminds of of the classic woolmark logo though :)
this is the coolest thing i've seen in the month! :D good work man, i personally have tried once to do a concept like this for personal work but it wasn't anything like this :| your brain is genious.
Uber like! Very nice.
what an outstanding multi-interpretable logo concept :)
by Helvetic Brands
I wanted to explore how the shape would look without overlapping. Still prefer the previous shot but it's always good to make sure.
What do you think?
about 1 year ago
Bending Avenir to my will.
The final design now in use by the clients.
Many thanks for all those who commented on the previous iterations for your help.
11 months ago
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