Work in progress identity for a branding, design and marketing firm.
almost 2 years ago
Awesome. not sure about those horizontal lines at the sides, but the crate and nails, and the font is great!!
@Gregory Grigoriou Hey, man! Thanks. I agree with you, I think I might do something instead of the lines. I was trying to introduce some simple elements like that, that would enhance the idea of an iron "brand."
Nice work Sean. The horizontal lines don't bother me at all, they really add to the shape of the circle. If you decide to get rid of them though, you could just enlarge the circles to fill that space a little more.
Yeah, got to agree with @Gregory on the lines. Maybe there's just too much going on in this mark. I really like it, but maybe some simplicity would fit here! Keep up the good work dude! :)
@Bob Ewing Thanks! Good to hear another perspective on it, it's helpful! Glad they work for you. Still a work in progress, might play with it. Appreciate your comment!
@Thom Thanks, man! Great feedback, really appreciate it. Might be a matter of simplicity and the lines are not needed. Thanks!
You nailed it! ;) ;)
@Alen haha, that's a great slogan! ;)
@Sean no problem man! really dig your style, as well as this mark! ;)
wow ... woooow !!!
Wow Sean, definitely my favorite from you in a while. Not one thing bad to say about this, except box it up it's ready to go! :)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Thanks, man, ha ha, perfect!
@Thom Thanks again, appreciate it, dig your stuff too, glad I found you!
@Type and Signs Thanks, man!
@Joe Prince Hey, thanks, Joe, great to hear from you! They are pretty happy with this.
sean! i missed this man. haven't been active in a few days. looks great.
sweet, Sean. Don't know how I missed this one, but glad I didn't.
I too missed this one somehow, but looks fantastic. The overall composition works so nicely and all the elements are really cohesive (love those nails). As for the lines, I don't have a problem with them being there but the overall circular shape wouldn't be lost without them so whatever you decided to do, I'm sure it works!
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