Continued mark exploration... Just the 'L' this time.
about 1 year ago
that's really cool!
Very nice set!
As would @Nick Slater say: DAMN!
@Felix, Gabriel Hot damn :D!
The vertical lines of the arrow don't really fit the angle of vertical lines of the rest of the letter. Other than that, it's pretty interesting.
I think the "L" could be longer on top, but that just my deal.
Interesting direction with this one too, I like it a lot. I agree with @Dalius on the arrow lines, they do seem slanted but not at a matching angle to the L. Love those horizontal lines on the left side, they add a really good sense of depth in a simple way.
wondering how this would look in one-color. Maybe thickening the strokes a bit, and getting rid of the shadow on the L. Not sure, just an idea
@Gevi Marotz | Konrad Group| @♫ ♬ ♪ Wendell Fernandes ♪ ♬ ♫ @Felix, Gabriel @Nick - Cheers guys!
@Dalius & @Claire - Thanks for the looks guys! RE the different slants, that was actually international > went through a lot of back and forth (straight upright / all slanted etc.) Kind of wanted a little quirky, without overdoing it...but given that it sticks out for you guys, maybe I should just line everything up. @Claire - Glad you like the horizontals > went thorugh a bunch of back & forth on those as well.
@Andrew - Thanks for the thought my man. I'm trying to keep everything in a relatively square form factor, but I'll keep thinking about the proportions.
@Alexander - As you can imagine, 1 color isn't really much of a stretch. I was considering a 3D / neon'esque sign from the beginning vs. a flat arrow, but I might thicken up the strokes a bit more and ditch the shadow. Just need to maintain a good balance for scalabilities sake.
looks lovely Michael. As always.
IMHO nothing can beat 1st concept. I know that I didn't helped you with this, but I just adore 1st concept.
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