Working on a logo.
One of a concepts. Still needs more polishing though.
10 months ago
Cool! @Sergey Shapiro
damn I like your style, so good
@Eldars Loginovs When will designers start to understand the difference between the Font and the Custom lettering...Thanks though.
@Tobia Crivellari @Jarno Fabritius Thanks guys!
Already lookin great ;)
maybe the "n" needs a little lift
@Sergey Shapiro T H E best coment! hahaha
Due to the shadow the t becomes and l, at least that's how I read it, but other than that it's absolutely gorgeous lettering. I almost wish it was a font ;-)
Master! I dare to share a thought though, what if you cut the upper swoosh above the 'a' and lose the one after the 'n'? It seems kind of heavy on that side for no reason.
Also, knowing that you're a huge fan of good kicks as myself, were the hidden Nike symbol outlines intentional? ;) ;) ;)
Sergey this is beautiful! The sharp twist in the 'V's top flourish looks so great.
This is great. And now I love the word "Vectorian."
@Sergey Shapiro I got it, when I visited your website. I mean my first idea was, that it is a font that you created, but then I understood, that is actually a custom lettered logo :)
@Christian Annyas Honestly I did the shadows only for dribbble version, not sure it will be used then but I will definitely keep it in mind. Thanks Christian!
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Hey man, did you mean this http://d.pr/i/zDpR? If so looks a bit strange, nah?))
@Jacqui Oakley Jacqui, grand merci:)
great fluid movement
I wouldn't put the swoosh on the bottom of the 'n' at all, I would cut it on the end of it... It was just an idea, worth testing out I guess.
lookin good sergey
Classy, very cool!
by Sergey Shapiro
Another option of the logo.
Just a scan of a hand-written sketch.
10 months ago
Love the flow! the only thing that bugs me is the dot on the i how it clashes with the swash from the V, also the top of the r..some thoughts.
great work :)
beautiful work bro.. no seriously this is seriously beautiful.
I wouldn't touch anything.
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