A new typeface I created for my Atrio project. Client's happy and the mark and accompanying pattern have been made. I will post all together when I can.
I will also at some stage make a complete alphabet out of this.
10 months ago
I like the simplicity of this type Matt!
It looks amazing! Congratulations.
@Frederik Samuel @Muhammad Ali Effendy @Mauro Bertolino thanks champions, stoked on your support. I'm really enjoying creating typefaces at the moment. I just need the time to finish them.
Hadn't seen this till just now, looks really good. I particularly love the smooth curve of the 't' tail, it's a really nice touch that helps the 'o' curves fit in nicely alongside primarily straight letters. Curious to see the full alphabet too!
Damn dude, is there anything you *don't* excel at? I quit...
@Claire Coullon thanks Claire, I'll probably end up releasing this one in 2020, so I may hit you up around 2017 for some feedback. Thanks for the fine compliment.
@Jon Stapp haha! cheers dude. don't though, the design world would be worse off.
@Matt Vergotis - with the wife away, I thought you'd be posting like crazy?! Come on. Me needs to see some more sweet work.
9 months ago
@Simon™ Simon, Simon, Simon... with the wife away let me breakdown my day for you... wake kids, feed kids, unpack dishwasher, make lunches, dress kids, brush kids teeth, do kids hair, take eldest to pre-school, take youngest to kindy, get coffee, breathe, work, do some washing, pick eldest up from school, pick youngest up from kindy, play, make dinner, control feeding time, bath kids, dress kids, do kids hair, brush kids teeth, read bedtime story, breath, catch up on work or flake on couch.
Whilst I have managed to get a fair bit of work done, for some reason I haven't found the head space to do any new creative work, mostly everything has been established client work unworthy of dribbbling.
Thanks for the eagerness to see some shots though. Payback for making us wait so long between your shots.
@Matt Vergotis - I am now down on my knees praying my wife never goes away! ;-)
by Matt Vergotis
This is the final logo for my Atrio project. Atrio means Atrium in spanish.
The client wanted a mark that supports the concept of the building and name, for example the Atrium is the heart of the building but is not apparent from the outside, a surprise package that has a light and brightness to its centre or core.
The pattern was created from elements of the mark. This will be converted to a metal cut-out on sliding privacy doors and stainless steel foyer feature walls.
8 months ago
missed this one Matt, looks great!
8 months ago
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