Payday Bank

by JoePrince • Uploaded: Mar. 26 '10

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nitish.b Mar. 26 '10

that soo freaking cool joe..:P

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

Cheers nitish and Mikey!

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

Thank you Mr. Hurtado :)

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ethereal Mar. 26 '10

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!

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ethereal Mar. 26 '10

Eh, you know, it works and that's what matters, forget what I said. :)

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

Haha Sean! Make up your mind will ya :) Thanks for the insight either way.

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AlexWende Mar. 26 '10

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?

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

Thanks Sean and Alex, I'm currently looking for a better fit with the type.

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bigoodis Mar. 26 '10

nicely done mark man, but not sure about type too%5E

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

Thanks Ivan, I have just updated the type. You guys think it's better now?

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ethereal Mar. 26 '10

Ah, yes, mucho better now Se%F1or!

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plantingseeds Mar. 26 '10

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).

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

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!

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bigoodis Mar. 26 '10

better Joe.*but you do not confuse the color combination? Perhaps if you make all the same blue (up) will be more complete.

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JoePrince Mar. 26 '10

I had it like that before Ivan...switched it back to the same blue. Thanks bud! :)

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epsilon Mar. 26 '10

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

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kathariney Mar. 26 '10

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...

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JoePrince Mar. 27 '10

@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 :)

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OcularInk Mar. 27 '10

Similar in the overall style, but definitely not too close. I'm diggin it man. Feels very sturdy.

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JoePrince Mar. 27 '10

Cheers Kev, thanks bud.

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milou Mar. 28 '10

Forget to comment it Joe, forgive me, because I'm liking it. Fits very good!

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JoePrince Mar. 29 '10

@Milosz, no problem...better late than never! :)*@Dalius, cheers to you.

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Mikeymike Mar. 29 '10

liken the type change, joe. nice.

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JoePrince Mar. 29 '10

Thanks a lot Mikey! I think the type change is for the better as well.

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mcdseven Mar. 29 '10

Type and mark are in perfect harmony. Good work Joe. Would think the mark would look savage in a brush steel external sign...

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JoePrince Mar. 30 '10

Thanks a lot Paul, cheers buddy!

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lumo Sep. 25 '10

nice joe. Just saw this now.

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pierro Sep. 25 '10

Love the simplicity.

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JoePrince Sep. 25 '10

Appreciate the nice comments.

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