C is for Cafe Build. A company that designs and builds out restaurants and bars.
about 1 year ago
Could the positive/negative space of the prongs form the B rather than an E?
I think it's definitely a good concept, but at first glance I see "CE". Not sure if maybe a spoon or other type of utensil might work a little better.
I see the CE immediately. Try using a spork...
Dang. My wife said the same thing about the "E." I thought she was crazy. I lose.
I think the fork gets lost because of the angles stem/C. If that made sense.
Whatever you do, don't admit she was right. NEVER ADMIT SHE WAS RIGHT!
Love the concept but I see "CE" too. I like @Connor Gaughan's idea of using a spork, could solve the problem.
Genius? I think so.
love it. i saw the fork first. then the C.
The C shape looks like the font Bank Gothic.
Sí, I see a CE.
i really like the concept. I get the CE comments, but i think you could make it work.
Perhaps if you rounded the edges on the fork and the tines it would read less like an E? Be a little more realistic with the fork rather than stylized with the hard edges. Though i get the hard edges being a construction company…
FTR, I don't see CE, I just saw a fork first, then noticed a C. Looks awesome.
I see a C and a fork, not a "E", but I can understand why people see a "E", but I didnt at first glance.
Love the simplicity, nice work! You could lessen the "E" effect by making the tines more angular / pointed. Also, the angle on the terminals of the "C" are a bit sharp. Perhaps if you change the tines to have angles, you could re-use that angle for those as well.
@Zach Graham Hahahaha
5 months ago
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