Experimenting with some stuff. It isn't perfect yet, and the bolt needs work. Feedback welcome.
about 1 year ago
The lightning bolt is really nice. I don't know if I like how it breaks up "industries" though. Whats the rationale behind the bolt?
Looks super hot but some edges look a tiny bit thin (top right on the 'n' and 'p').
Do you have a cousin called Harry?
I first read "Indu" like "Indoo".
definitely nice, but I'm not crazy about separating industries. "Indu" automatically makes me think of "hindu"
@Joris Rigerl Someone just pointed that out to me. I cannot unsee it now.
Top left of the 'G' (or perhaps the whole thing) seems a bit too tall.
@Tyler Galpin Pop culture's a bitch.
So sick! Love the style!
love everything about it, has a resemblance to this though: (not a bad thing) http://designspiration.net/data/l/617336161950_CSK3Vet3_l.jpg
There are a few different angles happening on the bottom as well as on top (specifically G a p n). I like the character in the angles, so maybe play with equalizing some angles, but leaving others ( like, maybe, the top of the G ). Nice work so far.
Hmmm, the bolt could be the s somewhat...
LE: misspell correction thanks to @Tyler Galpin 's tweet :P
Agree with Trevor Baum. I'm starting to see more of a "C" than a "G". Looks super slick tho!
@Travis Ladue the bolt is there because @Tyler Galpin is the canadian harry potter
Straight Galpin ftw.
Pretty sharp, man! I agree with a lot of what's been said so far, plus one other thing:
I love how the 'n' mirrors the 'a' in a lot of ways, but maybe take all the way? I think if the overshoot and angle of their respective shoulders was even and opposite, it would go a long way. And I can't decide if the left side of the 'a' should shrink to the width of the right side of the 'n' or vice-versa. Maybe have them meet in the middle?
Does this even make sense? Lol. Great concept, duder.
I did a font in this style a little bit ago, and the key (for me) in maintaining G readability was giving it six sides instead of five.
In my opinion; this is really cool, and yeah I think 'Industries' is a bit broken up in the middle, but to be honest, I don't think it speaks "Tyler Galpin". I like how it's outside the box but it doesn't go hand in hand with your other logos, in my opinion.
Just my two cents. :-)
Yeah, a few funny angles and lines as others have mentioned. Top left of the G, top right of the 'p' and also the bottom left of the bowl of the 'p' seems to have different angles and lastly, the top right of the 'n'. Apart from those it looks pretty spot-on. Love the overall look and feel of it, those things just stick out on closer inspection. Nice work!
I'm liking it.
Could you use the lightening bolt to signify the g in galpin and s in industries? That way you have an equal weighting either side.
When I first looked at this, I thought the bolt was the 's'. Which is sweet and should be so. Great work as always.
Cool, but I kept reading it as "Calpin".
I love this, though the break in "industries" is a bit strange. As some people said, I thought the bolt was acting as the S at first until I saw the awkward break. I also read this is "Calpin" to start.
Looking forward to seeing how this develops!
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