Virginya

by InkwillDesign • Uploaded: May. 21 '10 - Gallerized: Aug. '11

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Description: Logo for prepaid debit card company. I was inspired by the concept of flowering, since —although many people think that Virginia means "virgin" or "maiden"— the name derives from the Latin root "ver", which actually means "spring". So I came up with this blooming icon that features a letter V in the negative space. It also conveys the idea of crown, as Virginya wants to create an impression of royalty, elegance and high society.
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JoePrince May. 21 '10

The mark is very nice William. The G in the type is too large though IMO.

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cosmikeric May. 21 '10

why is the y yellow?

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OcularInk May. 24 '10

The mark looks good. Something about the type choice seems off though. Did you try any serif fonts? Serlio might be a good match.

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William © 2009 May. 28 '10

Hey, guys! Thanks for commenting. Kevin, you might be right but this logo is already in use, my friend! Thanks for your suggestion, I'll try to get that type.

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logoboom Aug. 04 '11

very nice mark. not crazy about the tall V and hate the yellow Y. It's like the Verizon logo...two scoops of design!

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sean heisler Aug. 05 '11

Excellent, just wish that first V wasn't capped.

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