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Bjork Dental

by Mikeymike • Uploaded: Apr. 07 '11 - Gallerized: Apr. '11

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Mikeymike

what ya think? overkill?

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contrast8

it looks realy interesting..different:) but rk it should be like this?I mean kerning. Or didn't notycing something?:)

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Agencija

NO FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!! It KILLSSSSSS! it can be one of best logo for 2011 in the world! I like it much!!

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vernics

Very nice work Mikey :)

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milou

I see tooth and brush.

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Mikeymike

Thanks for the feed back. I was mainly going for the tooth and the tooth brush. There is a face, but it distorted and I really don't want to try too much for the face because I lose the "B" tooth effect. IMO. I guess I was wondering if the tooth brush was not needed? The "B" as the tooth, I thought might be enough, but I did like the brush, so I was just curious.
thanks for the feed back. gets me thinking, and that's always a good thing. cheers.

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Agencija

I see B as tooth. Brush is very stylish dont change! Brush is giving feel of dentist. B can in second plan what is very clever!

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Mikeymike

Thanks for the comment, Agencija. I was hoping everyone saw the tooth and brush.
As far as your first comment "best logo of 2011"....well little over the top, but very nice to hear. I see so many fantastic logos on here and other sites, and I just love the feed back. thanks.

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Agencija

Thats communicate verywell with people mass.

Best logo is not when u make for you, or for other designers, but for normal people which can comunicate to their head!
I see strong mark.

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Mikeymike

Thanks again for the comment.
And I agree, my end goal is always to make the right connection with the customer, or end user. Point taken. cheers.

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Rokac

Lovely concept Mikey. I would go only with the tooth:) Also, maybe you could soften a bit more the rest of the characters? ("j"r"k" seems a bit too sharp for the rounded "B")

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Mikeymike

I was wondering if anyone was going to bring that up. I was actually trying to hit towards the look of tooth paste as you place it on the brush. round smooth shape but that final little pointy tip as you finish placing. very subtle attempt, but maybe your right on rounding them off a bit. the name is so short, I thought I could play a little. (:

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Agencija

Smooth like toothpaste!

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Mikeymike

Agencija (:

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Rokac

"I was actually trying to hit towards the look of tooth paste as you place it on the brush. round smooth shape but that final little pointy tip as you finish placing."

Yeah, good thinking Mikey, I like the idea:)

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Mikeymike

UPDATED: I did round the sharp corner on the letters a tad, while taking the legs of the "k' out just a bit. I believe there is a better balance now.
And thanks Rokac for getting me to look again. I think I still have my tooth paste feel, but the corners were just too sharp.
thanks for the feed back. the client is leaning this route, so that' good.

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Mikeymike

SUBTLE UPDATED: rounded the "b" a little to show more like a tooth and shorted the "j-brush"

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JoePrince

Really cool one Mikey!

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JoePrince

Wondering if the dot on the 'j' is even necessary...maybe it's just me MB :)

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Type08

Great stuff buddy! One small thing though, I'd put the 'dental' in the lighter shade of blue, it kind of drags my eyes to it too much.

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Mikeymike

two good points to take a look at. Client is going this direction, so I am waiting on his feed back (if any) and then I will explore this further my friends. thanx.

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stalex

I like it. But I think that word "dental" you need stretch (proportionally) to the end of a letter "k" and vertically align to center of brush fibers.

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Mikeymike

thanks for the comment, Stalex. Still working on some fine details.

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Mikeymike

UPDATED: worked on the "B" tooth and the DENTAL kerning.

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Mikeymike

Thanx, Colin.

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Mikeymike

FINAL Client approval. Feels good when you get the final thumbs up.
Now stationary package.

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LadyGrey

vzhikalka) good lettering, Mike!

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Mikeymike

thanx, Alena. much appreciated. cheers.

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deiv

fresh concept!

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bigoodis

haha, great find man, realy nice :)

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firebrand

Very clean and friendly, Mike. I like how you cleverly avoided the usual 'tooth with roots' routine.

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Mikeymike

Deiv, Ivan and Roy thanks gents. Always a pleasure to get the feed back. And thanks so much for the gallery spot, always a treat to get showcased along side so much other talent.
cheers.

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megashred13

Congrats on the gallery! Well deserved...

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Oronoz ®

This one is fantastic!!

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Mikeymike

Thanks, Jordan.
Oronoz, and big thanks out to you as well. Appreciate the comments gentleman.

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cerise

Well done..deserved gallery spot

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Mikeymike

Peter, Craig, thanks a ton gents. What nice things to say. cheers.

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Hayes Image

Works great Mike!

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Mikeymike

thanks, josh.

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jonnyd

This is a very good example of what I class as a great 'Logotype'. Sometimes I see pieces of bastardised text creep in the gallery through the back door and get shot on the spot for asking why. Every logo should have substance not just style and this has loads of both. Worthy contender for 2011 IMO.

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sbj

cool work mike

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Mikeymike

jonnyd, thanks man those were some kind words. appreciate it.
sj, thank goes out to you also , man. cheers.

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Mikeymike

jonnyd, thanks man those were some kind words. appreciate it.
sbj, thank goes out to you also , man. cheers.

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