a few logoforms I'm toying with
about 1 year ago
I like the two left ones as well.. but on the bottom left I would like to see the entire bolt. I would suggest bringing it up the cog slightly and see if it works.. similar to how the last one is, but I like the proportions better on the bottom left. You may have tried that already... just my thoughts.
Top left and Top right for me, but they're all sexy!
top left, but i love them all. nice work.
@Kevin Hamil Agreed on the bottom left. I like where the gear is sitting, but I do miss seeing the whole bolt. Maybe a dark border (shadow?) between the gear and the badge? hmm...
@Ludwig Sanktjohanser @Jeremy Teff @Jacob Irwin Thanks! I'm partial to the two on the left as well.
I thought it would be easier to just show a picture than to try and explain in writing, so I took two seconds to put this together. But I was thinking you could combine a couple of the versions together to better reveal the bolt. This is just a suggestion to work with http://d.pr/i/mrFl
My thought on adding a dark stroke around the bolt is that it would make the bolt feel separate from the cog.. (cog behind the label, bolt in front).
@Kevin Hamil hmm, Interesting. I hadn't thought about separating the bolt as it was always "punching through" in my mind, but might be an interesting approach. That top curve you have is a good idea and might be a good solution for that one - thanks for the feedback!
I misread your previous comment regarding the dark stroke/shadow between the gear and the badge... I wasn't suggesting separating the bolt from the gear. I think it's best as part of the gear.
Anyway, great work!
by Tor Imsland
After more playing (and some good dribbble feedback) I decided the gear was a strong enough element on its own, and was actually competing with the "badge".
about 1 year ago
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