Jul. 27 '10
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Just an idea I had. Comments welcome.
Just for fun
Something quick I whipped up. Has anyone seen anything similar?
What would be the purpose of a pocket protector?
IDK, could be a company that protects your funds, more of a concept than an actual corporate identity.
Would you not like to have a company first?... and then face the challenge of creating an identity for it?**Or do you like doing this easy, useless, stuff.**If you are greedy and looking for easy money, then I more than understand you your BS
Wow, unnecessary attack much?**I'm a web designer that when I have free time enjoy creating logo's. This was simply an idea I had, I have no plan on selling this so I have no idea how that makes me greedy. It's not like I'm posting 20 logo's a week and selling them on brandstack.**Critiquing my logo's are fine but attacking me personally is uncalled for.**Calm down, please.
OK, sorry. Then don't ask about it being done before. Originality should not matter. If you are just throwing-up ideas, then is it not fair to for me to throw-up an opinion?**You are a pocket protector, toughen up.**As far as the design goes, I think it looks good, but the rivet in the look (hook) is probably not needed as it would not scale down well.**Have fun!
I dig it. AND I dig the way you professionally dealt with the inappropriate comment. Very cool combination of symbols in the mark. The letterspacing in %22Pocket%22 could use some love, but great job overall.*
...then they thought the zipper would be better... **it's a true story.
The only reason I asked about it being done before was because the idea seemed obvious to me. There are a lot of really talented designers here on the LP and I would hate for someone to think that I ripped their idea. **Anyways...**In terms of the logo comments.*Thank you, you are right, I did not take into account the way the rivet would look when scaling down the logo.
alcovedesign: Your right, the letter spacing is a little wonky. I'll definitely take a look at that and adjust. **nido: I'm not sure what you mean, care to elaborate?**
Raja's only saying what a lot of us are thinking. The real challenge is in designing a real logo for a real client. Not all of us are fortunate to have real clients so if its just for fun so why not do something a little more original instead 'something quick I whipped up?' Logopond is heaving with padlocks, pen nibs, paper clips, quote marks etc etc and yet the same old symbols are wheeled out time and time again. Why?
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