A logo mark i'm working on for a website development company called "An Asterism".
Thoughts so far? :)
over 1 year ago
this is amazing! dunno what to say else other than I love it... the rocket makes this logo dynamic and moving!
@Daniel Keller thanks man! :)
by James Graves
Just playing around with some presentation graphics :) the illustration is from an epic old book cover i found, it's pretty much amazing!
over 1 year ago
I dig it in many ways, but really do feel like I have to tell you that the rocket reminds me a bit too much of a scribbled penis (with care package + hair).
But if you rework the shapes a bit, I think it can be saved.
I'm seriously hoping it's not just me and my immature brain ;)
Btw, that book cover is amazing. Thanks for sharing. Works so well for the presentation.
i really love the random star placement!! great job!
Good job @James, I especially love the way the lines blend at the intersections. Looks drawn by hand. Nice.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase lol! it takes me a sec to see the penis but that crap is funny! :) might try and edit it a bit, thanks :)
@Gary Chew thanks, man :)
@Pieter Boels thanks! :)
I think you should consider omitting the dots. They don't necessarily add much, and I feel the mark itself would be stronger and have more impact when on its own.
Also, the ambiguous shape make me just think of them as dots, and not really stars. Just something to consider! :)
Other than that, I'm digging the retro vibe. Good job!
I like it a lot, but it's pretty busy -- there's a lot going on here. I don't know how effective it would be on a business card or at small sizes. This could be one of those logomarks which develops notoriety within the design community but falls flat among prospective clients.
@Kathryn Chamberlain thanks! That's a good idea :)
@Jordan Koschei thanks for the feed back, man! luckily this company is a one man show who mostly works in collaboration with design agencies and individuals. But that is a valid point!
Very cool style, James.
very very nice
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