Experimenting with a little pronunciation twist for a 'GI' monogram. A bit of a stretch perhaps, but I thought it was interesting...
7 months ago
Definitely love the concept. I'd like to see more variations though!
@Kyle - One form factor variation ATTACHED > but I thought it played a little too much like a 'C'...
I'm reading more of a 'C' in that one too. The small shot is definitely stronger.
Cool work @Michael
First thought was the 3D Studio Max logo.
But you're shape is far cleaner and I dig the concept.
What if the pupil of the eye formed the 'tittle' (dot) of an 'i'?
I dig both, but to me the one in the attachment (v2) looks more like a G than the one in the shot.
Smart stuff, as always, man.
... Actually, I thought it was an inventive twist of the "@"...
@Riley - Wasn't quite sure how to work that in for this particular execution, but I have a couple other directions that play with that idea.
@Emir - Cheers bud. I was staring at these for awhile, and the damn things kept staring right back. I think the answer might be somewhere in the middle...
by Michael Spitz
Alternative direction, with a double play on the 'i'.
@Riley Made a few attempts at a negative space play with the 'i' dot on that last guy, but things got a little confusing...
7 months ago
I like this one the most!
Kicking around a few variations, and just creeping myself out in general...
@Mike Thought you might appreciate this one ;)
Another slight form factor variation on the original shot, with an arm added in for increased readability, again curtsey of my good friend Mr. @Mike Bruner
Enough with the eyeballs already > at least they're seasonally appropriate...
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