Mar. 26 '10
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that soo freaking cool joe..:P
love it Joe.
Cheers nitish and Mikey!
Solid Joe, good job.
Thank you Mr. Hurtado :)
Got a nice feel Joe, nice one! The type is a slight disconnect for me, personally. Probably just me and my goofy preferences. The thickness of the strokes is a match to the lines in the symbol but the serifs throw me. But I understand it's a %22bank%22 looking font. Just my thoughts, buddy! Greetings from Boston, btw!
Eh, you know, it works and that's what matters, forget what I said. :)
Haha Sean! Make up your mind will ya :) Thanks for the insight either way.
Cool Mark, it represents Banking/investment and confidence. I agree with ethereal about the type. **I think a serif font is a good choice but maybe a serif font with less contrast between thick/thin linework?
Thanks Sean and Alex, I'm currently looking for a better fit with the type.
nicely done mark man, but not sure about type too%5E
Thanks Ivan, I have just updated the type. You guys think it's better now?
Ah, yes, mucho better now Se%F1or!
I like the mark, it has a hint of an %22E%22 but feels very secure like a vault.**Have you tried any wedge serif fonts for the type? I think that might be a good choice for a bank (Like 'Cantoria Bold' maybe).
Thanks for your input! I have tried a type like that and found the current one to be stronger when paired with the mark. Cheers!
better Joe.*but you do not confuse the color combination? Perhaps if you make all the same blue (up) will be more complete.
I had it like that before Ivan...switched it back to the same blue. Thanks bud! :)
Cool mark, but I am hard time associating it anything financial. Perhaps because of the %22Givenchy logo%22:http://www.perfumenotes.eu/images/logo_givenchy.gif
looks really cool. dunno if it would look better if there's less contrast between the mark and the type. one is really tall/clean and the other one is really squashed/serif...
@Alex %7C I don't feel the Givenchy logo is too similar, but if others agree then I will re-think the design. Thanks.*@Katharine %7C I wanted to maintain the power and nobility that comes along with a serif type and balance it with a clean and cut mark that is simple and memorable. Thank you for your input though :)
Similar in the overall style, but definitely not too close. I'm diggin it man. Feels very sturdy.
Cheers Kev, thanks bud.
Forget to comment it Joe, forgive me, because I'm liking it. Fits very good!
@Milosz, no problem...better late than never! :)*@Dalius, cheers to you.
liken the type change, joe. nice.
Thanks a lot Mikey! I think the type change is for the better as well.
Type and mark are in perfect harmony. Good work Joe. Would think the mark would look savage in a brush steel external sign...
Thanks a lot Paul, cheers buddy!
nice joe. Just saw this now.
Love the simplicity.
Appreciate the nice comments.
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