Recently I made this as a logo proposal for a company who's name contain two 'S' initials and an ampersand. We completed the project with a different logo.
But I really liked this one. It has a strong feel to it. The ampersand is not even really visible, could be an '8' as well. For now I just mocked it up with a fake name.
Would love to see this as a stamp, burnt in to leather, or a gold leaf finish on a business card.
If you want you can have a look at the grid I used.
7 months ago
Nice mark. Though it slightly reminded me of a
monogram I did a while back with @Gert van Duinen
( http://tinyurl.com/mcac33q ). But i think it's different enough. Grid looks cool! :)
Nice. I would make the bottom bowl of your S mark a bit bigger though. Although it's probably as big as the top, it looks smaller making it a little unstable.
Like the colours too!
@Jeroen van Eerden Frankly speaking I can't argue with that.
looks clear for me, good letters
are you show us the different logo for this project?
Lovely. I think it's an incredibly strong mark. With the name it think it reads as an ampersand just fine. I like it a lot.
@Jeroen van Eerden @Gert van Duinen Thanks guys. I must say I had forgotten about that one, but it is really nice. If you ever thing something is too similar, feel free to let me know. Btw, that grid was totally inspired by you, Gert. ;)
I'm a sucker for smart & simple designs and this has both! well done sir.
Nice one @Jord Riekwel I like this one (better) :)
Quality Mark. What program did you use to create the grid?
6 months ago
@Mike Erickson Thanks mate, such a nice compliment to get from someone of your stature! :)
@Suzie Creamcheese Thanks!
@Rob Nichols Just Illustrator. You can convert paths to grids.
Wow, love that logo. I first saw a cursive capital s and a cursive lower case s, merged together.
wow @Jord Riekwel this is stellar. what an awesome client!
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