Monogram - Personal and individualised service practice. Its geometric form and negative space captures the technicality and sense of layout required within interior design. The low bar of the A while subtle was inspired by Art Deco type.
Fine lines - representative of the stitching and detail of high quality fabrics.
Duplexed tactile substrates - Craft and an eye for diverse but complimentary material textures.
Copper foil - An understanding of classic design principles and experience. Dyed black and bleached white substrates show a degree of restraint but are also reflective of the light and shadow that gives interior space its three dimensional qualities.
An underlined Gotham logo-type - Contemporary pragmatism, professionalism, efficiency, functionality and confidence.
All designed to offset the misconceptions of youth - the client looks young but is incredibly talented.
11 months ago
Is this a photo?
Just a quick comment, effect and presentation is great, it's not just an empty form.
Killer stuff, Richard.
Thanks for the comments. @Sandro Dujmenovic it's just a rendering but glad to read it might just be perceived as a photo.
Thanks Josh, just a gradient nothing fancy. I think the deboss helps sell it.
9 months ago
That monogram is a killer. Great stuff Richard.
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