Security company that I'm doing a re-brand for actually decided to do a major overhaul which includes a brand new name as well (the J Shield logo with a bird posted few days ago was an initial approach). This time we are talking clean, sophisticated, contemporary style with a very applicable solution. I just wanted to check if anyone has seen a similar treatment of the Omega letter before: wings, keyhole, figure (it's clear that inspiration came from military markings and symbols). Little presentation piece attached.
over 1 year ago
simple, brilliant, perfect... shall i go on?...
Love it! Very strong.
very nice Alen!
I see all this things)
very cool concept, alen. have you thought about decreasing the size in the type some? seems a little out of balance (compared to the mark) to me right now.
Omega symbol and a keyhole, inspired. Very nice observation and delivery.
@Rich Scott wow, thanks my friend! :)
@Mike Krisza @Jared Granger @RaitG thanks a lot guys!
@Joe Prince that's probably a slap in the face for that Nokia experiment, heh? ;)
@Colin Tierney thanks bud! I just played with it more and you're right, it does look better! Even client sent me a similar review this morning of having the logo mark just a bit bigger (or the Omega part smaller) so we're def moving in that direction.
@Rich Baird thank you, Sir Baird! :)
Awesome, I've been Knighted.
May I suggest considering either removing the cut from the A or adding one to the O (where it should probably be if it were really a stencil)?
I do like the utilitarian practicality but sometimes it borders on militaristic which I'm not sure would be right here.
I think it indeed conveys class, cleanness and sophistication. I'm down with what @Rich suggested.
@Rich Baird and @Gert van Duinen thank you guys, I'll see about that detail to.
Nice and very strong! Great mark!
This is brilliant work in my book.
by Alen Type08 Pavlovic
Omega Security has 4 different categories of security services so these icons will help communicate them in printed brochures and on their website.
over 1 year ago
@Luka Balic @Stelian Vasile thank you very much guys!
about 1 year ago
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