Logo concept for an educational resource.
Mark is BOOK+WAVES+PAGES+PEN+SHIP+SAILS.
I'm uploading this to get much needed feedback how it's possible to improve and take this further.
Comments are highly appreciated!
11 months ago
awesome. props to anyone who can knock out a solid 1 color mark.
only thing that kinda throws me off is the distance of the tagline. but thats a miniscule issue.
great mark Dalius, hmm seems clients like working with more than one designer these days..it's the same project i suppose that @Claire Coullon and @Michael Spitz collaborated on.
Nice mark, great detail for single colour. Is this the same client @Claire Coullon and @Michael Spitz are working on? http://dribbble.com/shots/614730-Class-Atlas
Florin, Chris > yep, the same project.
I was really overwhelmed and intimidated by what @Claire Coullon and @Michael Spitz cooked up together, but I have to keep trying to do my best every time.
I agree with @Nick Quebbeman about the tagline distance other than that, you NAILED it right on the head with a GIANT HAMMER!
Well done brother.
@Nick Quebbeman @Modisana Hlomuka cheers guys, it's actually the same distance as between the mark and main text. I guess that's just an optical illusion. I'll try to position these things by eye next time :)
WOW! This is amazing! Colors, line-work, simplicity! Perfect
@Dalius Stuoka I'm not sure if others do this, but I like to cover the mark up when putting the name/tagline together. If they have an application for it without the mark the gap might seem a bit large.
I think the illusion is because that little dark spot in the texture filling the area.
Wow man! Superb!
Nice work on this Dalius. Digging that pen inclusion for sure.
grazus, tik manau knygoje galetu daugiau psl but, dabar stambus ir reti :)
Wow! Definitely one of the best marks I've seen in awhile.
That is well executed @Dalius Stuoka Great Job!
Looks amazing, really good.
One of your best yet, buddy. So nice.
@Dalius Stuoka Hole in one, man.
Holy wow! I absolutely LOVE how you did the book/waves... spot on!
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