I H experiment for a logo direction.
seen anything too close?
10 months ago
Hi Mike, not the same but I know of this company in Canada, www.insurancehotline.com
What about just using the negative space within the H as the i? May be too obvious of a solution though...
@Sean thanks, bud.
@Rudy Hurtado Global Branding hummm interesting, thanks. tad different, but enough to make me look farther. cheers.
@Nikita Prokhorov see what your saying, but I have already worked on something along that line here. http://dribbble.com/shots/285238-Ironhorse-Mark?list=users
This is for a different client and the Ironhorse still have not decided if they are going to move forward, so I don't want to get too close there.
But it probably needs more exploring.
Haven't seen it before, but when I first saw this, I thought it was a hangweight versus an eye—I think that the tapered serifs of the I triggered this visual instinct. Like the direction though bud!
This is actually a really cool monogram!
Nice stuff. The closest I found was this: http://dribbble.com/shots/574872-Hoops-Family-Logo-Badge-Monogram-Concepts
@Jared Granger I can see that. Still playing with this baby. good insight though, thanks.
@Dominik Martin thank you , sir.
@Arpit Tilak yeah I saw that also. But Gert was working with the "H", "F" combo and even with that I see what your saying. i think I'm far enough from that. Its tough, there are so many two and three letter combos, I know its real tough to totally NEW. But I'm hoping that this doesn't have that "OH NO it look way too close to this" look to it.
thanks for the critiques!
I don't think anything is really close to what you have here. I reckon you should be fine with this amazing piece. :)
by Mike Bruner
took it a bit stronger, I think with the sharper corners.
Also took the edges into the type. Hope that doesn't make it to much.
10 months ago
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