Here is the logo for my new app/site ArtistGum. I chose the new font Bemio by @Joe Prince . I touched up the fonts shape a bit though to make it less blurry and more pixel by pixel. The icon was inspired by "Rewhale" (a design by @Gert van Duinen), the bubble is made up of a bunch of circles and a line.
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about 2 years ago
Haha i love that bubble gum bubble *poke*
This is great, yup, this is g - gr - GREAT!
Thanks @Alex Parker and @Maarten Dijk!
Same as Activtalk by @Alen
@Jovan Petrić not sure which design you mean?
Awesome one Matt! Logo is rad man :)
@Joe Prince Thanks a lot! Your font is so pleasing to the eye, thanks for making it :)
@Jovan Petric that looks a little bit like it but not quite, never saw that one before.
This is great. Nice shape, nice color. I can't stop looking at the tail of the "g" for some reason though.
Thanks @Keiran Flanigan
Enough of a difference between your's and Activtalk.
I never know how to to work the spacing between characters. (n00b) but why do you use no spacing between the T & I? Just out of curiosity?
@Clay Cauley Thanks :)
@Robert van Klinken, I wanted to make it a bit different and thought it would look a bit more unique if I made it like that.
@Matt Gentile Awesome!
@Robert van Klinken Thanks man!
Thanks for the mention Jovan! I don't think that this was deliberate but concepts are very close (orange speech bubble in the shape of the 'a' letter paired with the gray text to it). Execution wise different but conceptually the same.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic definitely not deliberate, like I said, this is the first time I saw your design. It is kinda similar, but a completely different Idea for this logo.
Much better than the original. Looking forward to this :)
Thanks @Josh Riser
You did awesome job here! Love
Glad you like this @Paulius Kairevičius :)
Nice! A little disappointed that the bubble doesn't have more of a reference to "art". Or am I missing it?
@Alex Lauderdale Thanks, It will all come into place when the app/site is released :)
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