Working on a logo.
I guess the name is pretty long to be drawn with such a number of curles and swooshes, so gotta make some tricks with:)
Drawn with Pentel Graph 600 pencil and Copic Multiliner 0.25 mm
12 months ago
So hot, Sergey. Who cares what it says. :)
@Ryan Hamrick Thanks Ryan! Some people care about readability more than about design and other points, but...but who cares)))
Honestly, I don't think readability is a problem here. Just my inability to read Russian, lol.
After seeing the title of the shot, I got exactly that from the logo.
@Jerome Collinge Thanks Jerome!
@Ryan Hamrick Was just an ironic reply addressed to all whose who have much care about readability even without knowing an aim of a work they comment:) In this case we both an owner of the logo and me don't care about it at all.
And it took me all of 2 seconds to read it. I think it's pretty legible.
Love this one, I really like the length and composition of the words – it makes the whole thing really feel like a compact visual shape. Beautifully done!
@Nikita Prokhorov Not much:) Thank you, Nikita!
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding Thanks, Rudy!
@Claire Coullon Thank you very much, Claire! Don't you think it's too huge and bold for a logo?
@Igor Ivankovic Thanks, Igor!
Well it depends how small it's going to be used, but assuming it doesn't have to work at a very small nav-bar size, you could probably just loosen up a few of the tighter/overlap pairs (like 'кар') to lighten them and open up the tighter counters (like top 'a'). Either way though, looking forward to seeing where this goes!
Your works are always at a high level of creativity.
@Claire Coullon Good eye:) Absolutely agree about "Kap" pair, it looks massive in comparison with other letters and letter combinations. Also have to make letters thinner a little...Lot of things to do yet. Thank you for your help, Claire!
@Jovan Petrić Thank you, Jovan, much appreciated!
With this quite unique style I think you could get away with a lot of inconsistencies. I look forward to seeing it finished. I like this a lot.
So nice, Sergey. just have to stare at it... can't look away. !
Just love your type work.
@Mike Bruner Mike, thank you very much for your kind words about new logos, it always means a lot for me! Cheers
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