Karin Stolk

by S.vanElderen • Uploaded: Jan. 18 '10 - Gallerized: Feb. '10

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Description: Proposal 01 on a new project for me: from a friend for a friend, and back. Karin is a grafic designer that will graduate this year and I did this logo for her as friend. Now she will return the favour.
As seen on: karinstolk.nl
Status: Client work
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Tags: stripe black pink
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nido Feb. 12 '10

very nice vanElderen... clean and stylish... (friend is spelt with an i before the e... dont mean to be condescending.. just being helpful... hope thats cool)...

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S.vanElderen Feb. 12 '10

Lol, thanks nido... I must admit my English is a bit poor, so thanks for helping my out there! I'm so extatic on my first gallery entry. I hope there will be alot more to come.

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mattaebersold Feb. 12 '10

Great looking mark. Colors are solid, and I like the line work.

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nido Feb. 12 '10

it's %22helping *me* out there%22... nah im kiddin with you now... congrats on the feature and lets hope for many more indeed... are you from Holland?

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S.vanElderen Feb. 12 '10

Yes I am, and omg I need to check my spelling more before posting xD thanks for the comments guys.

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nitish.b Feb. 12 '10

the mark looks more like a fashion brand...IMO...but very interesting..:)

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mcdseven Feb. 12 '10

looks very 80's! I like it though.

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Petro Feb. 12 '10

I agree with nitish.b, it looks like fashion brend. Very nice %3B-)

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S.vanElderen Feb. 12 '10

Don't know what to do with these comments yet, but i want to thank u all for the nice words

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fusion_creative Mar. 04 '10

Hi Karen,*my personal favorite color in the world is hot pink. however, with that said, although your logo is beautiful at this size, a very basic rule to logo design is to stay away from thin lines - the reason being, when reduced, the line quality won't hold up. you might try less, but bolder directional lines.

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S.vanElderen Mar. 04 '10

Lol, to be exact. I've printed this logo design 57 times on different thicknesses and different hight's. Also in the brand guideline I've made a rule that the logo can't be smallen then a certent percentage off a field it's printed on.

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