Queensmere

by Alto • Uploaded: Oct. 30 '07 - Gallerized: Oct. '07

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Description: Concept for new film co.
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admarcbart Oct. 30 '07

Alto...**Why not try and form the Q shape from the containing shape you have already created instead of just typography?**This will add a touch of uniqueness to the concept and you will still retain your alignment.

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Art Machine Oct. 30 '07

I thought the same. Maybe give it a try Mel...

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alto Oct. 31 '07

I will make revisions shortly and repost. Thanks for the creative input.

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ahab Nov. 01 '07

The containing circle is very cool.

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moverdrive Nov. 01 '07

The colors are great. Felt like a cruise ship over a film production company, but that's nitpicking...

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ryantoyota Nov. 02 '07

I love the epic feel of this. I also love the pattern of the circular shape, and I think that modifying it to look like a Q would ruin it. Perhaps not.

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logomotive Nov. 11 '07

Mel, I thought the same thing as the rest. I like this but I'm Still anxious to see the new version.

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wanyax Dec. 13 '07

I agree with ryantoyota. The idea of modifying the enclosing circle into a Q is not a bad one. However, in my humble opinion, this design works fine just the way it is. Besides, modifying the circle into a Q is probably a subconscious reaction triggered by the thousands of designs we have seen over the years which employ the same method. It has almost become a standard. This design, however, has it's appeal in doing what we 'DON'T' expect.

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wanyax Dec. 13 '07

By the way, I like the font you've chosen.

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Fogra Feb. 28 '08

Hi Alto.*The colours are very rich. Well done. Is the font 'Americana'?

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Chad Sanderson Nov. 19 '09

Very pretty! Although maybe it's because I'm new, but why do the number of floaters and actual displayed floats not add up? Is it just a glitch?

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alto Nov. 20 '09

Chad, it's not a glitch%3B There used to be a %22sink%22 button next to float so if someone didn't like the logo (or just wanted to be mean) they would click sink and it would act as a negative vote. It would be nice to see old logos reflect the number of actual floats like they do today.

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