Briley Logo

14 Responses

  1. Baker Galloway Baker Galloway

    First shot here – custom hand-drawn logo I'm working up for a mechanical engineer. Critiques are more than welcome. Cheers.

    11 months ago

  2. Brandon Davis Ward Brandon Davis Ward

    Nice shot @Baker Galloway . Welcome!

    11 months ago

  3. Wesley Marc Bancroft Wesley Marc Bancroft

    Dang that is nice @Baker Galloway. Welcome!

    11 months ago

  4. Barry Mccalvey Barry Mccalvey

    Really nice type work! Welcome to dribbble!

    11 months ago

  5. Mamun | Creative Aliens Mamun | Creative Aliens

    Nice debut buddy! Welcome aboard. :)

    11 months ago

  6. Baker Galloway Baker Galloway

    @Brandon Davis Ward @Wesley Marc Bancroft @Barry Mccalvey @Mamun Srizon Thank you for the warm welcome. Glad to be here among such inspiring fellows.

    11 months ago

  7. Vivek Vivek

    Awesome Logo! welcome aboard Baker

    11 months ago

  8. Stoilovskikh Ivan Stoilovskikh Ivan

    Welcome) nice debute

    11 months ago

  9. Eugene Eugene

    Very nice! Welcome to dribbble!)

    11 months ago

  10. Seevi kargwal Seevi kargwal

    Nice shot, welcome to dribbble.

    11 months ago

  11. Anton Kravets Anton Kravets

    very nice! welcome!

    11 months ago

  12. Daniel Marina Daniel Marina

    Superb letters. welcome !

    ps: what inspired this solution for a mechanical engineer ?

    11 months ago

  13. Baker Galloway Baker Galloway

    11 months ago

  14. Baker Galloway Baker Galloway

    @Daniel Marina Thank you. Yeah, unusual logo for an engineer, right? They're a small firm that wants to be distinguished for good ol' fashioned personal service, quality and reliability. By contrast, most other engineering firms have logos designed by engineers for engineers, with lots of dorky swooshes, abstract angled shapes or technological references (i.e. awkward nerdy). The target audience for this logo is architects, who look for a service provider they can have a good working relationship with.

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    11 months ago

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