... logo concept for an »Après Ski Bar«!
Thanks to our »keen-eyed« @Marie Zieger I adjusted the transparency! ... the stroke behind the »S« isn’t visible anymore!
Sorry all who liked the previous version – I deleted it because of this little mistake!
over 1 year ago
I find it very pretty!
Nice work man ;)
@Christopher Boutillé Thank you so much, Christopher!
Great job Arno!
@Zlatko Parmakovski Huge, huge ... thanks, Zlatko!
@Dangerdom Many, many thanks, Dangerdom!
I hope I wasn't too forward with my comment .. but I think it looks way better now, such a beautiful logotype and color theme!
@Marie Zieger Your suble hint was more than helpful – thanks again!
Nice! It would be better if you'd do something about this line that's breaking the S, Maybe with an outline?
@Thibault Rouquet Many thanks, Thibault! I tried it without the line – it looked too »loose«.
@Jorge Puga Thank you so much, Jorge!
nice one @Arno Kathollnig However I also agree with @Thibault Rouquet about the line. My Eye is drawn to it right away. I would suggest a ligher blue/grey line for the mountain outline.
This looks great! Really love your work @Arno :)
@Mark Jooste Huge thanks, Mark! – Maybe lighter is a solution. I tried to cut the line behind the »S« completely ... the result was really bad.
Yea I think lighter would still maintain the outline but not compete visually with the same dark color as the type. :)
Really love the logo Arno!
@Tanveer Junayed Thank you so much, Tanveer!
Beautiful work, this one. It's got that alpine S style inspired by the iconic Stowe logotype. And I dig the understated coloration and shading.
@Steve Lowtwait Thank you so much for your nice comment, Steve!
Love this style!!! ahhhhhhh
@Patrik Kantor Many, many ... thanks, Patrik!
This is great, fantastic typography and nice colors. Very well done.
@Brett Yanoski Thank you so much for your nice comment, Brett!
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