Custom logotype for an upcoming side project of mine.
There is another version of this knocking about that is using something similar to Sean's modifications, however I'm not quite done with that one yet.
about 3 years ago
Wow. Definitely 'flamin' now.
Is flaming a media outlet kind of thing? Maybe something to do with code?
I love it.
Very nice! However, looks like your 'T' got a little shorted there ;)
@Ralph - cheers man! I'm not entirely sure what kind of beast it's going to be yet, but it is going to be a news source at heart, related to web design. :)
@Michael - Thanks, the 'T' got caught up in the post-processing distressing attack :)
In the words of Paris Hilton – that's hot. ;-)
This is most elegant, Pete. I love it.
This is the one. You nailed it.
L looks too thick and rigid compared to the fluidity of F.
Looking good Pete! Must say the "fl" could also look like an "H" though.. Tell us a bit more about the side project please :)
This is looking good, but I can definitely see an H, rather than an fl. Love these colors!
Keep on rocking in the free world.
I would just reduce the F lines some of them are too thick regarding to the rest of the type imo, but digging it otherwise.
A bit of loop continuing onto the right of the L might help solve your FL=H woes. But it's looking mighty fine as is.
(And I don't mind the shortened T, adds character!)
Fab work my friend! Works a lot better, but I do agree that /Fl/ can still be read as /H/.
Other than the FI= H issue this is flamin HOT!
I read it as Stamin / Slamin, so I guess it might be another issue with "Fl" part. ;)
Love it! ~Really really sharp!
Really nice work. Love the texture. But I can't help but see "Aamin" instead of "Flamin"
Looks great, Pete.
Looks better, But the F still looking like a J for me ;(
Looking really good!
Some great stuff PL!
almost 3 years ago
Love it man. Wonderful feel.
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter