Working on a cool geometric polygonal logo / identity concept for Obsidian.
Obsidian empowers brands to capture data and infer insights about their customers.
Just sent a few proposals to the client waiting for feedback or approval, while still working on a couple of custom type designs in order to accomplish a unique logotype that nicely compliments the dynamic multi-faceted shape.
Also see in the pond: http://bit.ly/LwoU4N
almost 2 years ago
Love the typography. Is it custom?
This type is golden, Gert. I am excited this came to that from the earlier one. Nice area out there :)
Great work! Comparing both versions I prefer this one by far.
Maybe try to do that type more simple, I mean, delete those serifs :P :)
Nice! I can just see this animated with it merging and shifting to other shapes
@Rishi - Yes sir, this type has been built from scratch using just lines.
@Filip - I'm happy about your excitement mate...
@Thorsten - Thanks man!
@I'm Charlie - I hear ya, maybe in the next more final round ;)
@Chris - That would be entirely sick. I'm sure the client loves the idea!
@Gert van Duinen Awesome type. And I like it with the serifs.
Definitely more readable than the previous version. This is gorgeous!
@Jeff - To be honest me too, thanks ;)
@Stuart - Yes, I think this one is definitely less obscure, thank you man ;)
This is wicked. Awesome work.
Yeah much more readable, looks great
Great improvement Gert! Lovely work as always
The type is absolutely fantastic, and the way you're handling the shape of the polygon is awesome. Great work, per usual.
This is great, Gert! I love the disconnect on the B and the A's.
Really good improvement from the last one. Kudos.
Awesome! I like the new "B" muh better. It looks really cool floating there like a dark cloud.
This is sick.
This is interesting. Far better than the previous one.
Killer, love the shape.
Absolutely love this ! obisdian to perfection.
Thank you for the positive vibe guys! I have to mention that it's not that very often that I'm personally entirely fond of a concept that wasn't even meant to be final, but I think I am... Thanks.
dig this mr van Duinen!
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