Almarine

by Type08 • Uploaded: Dec. 02 '14 - Gallerized: Dec. '14

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Description: Logo for a Dutch nautical company that makes metal boat kits.
As seen on: www.almarine.nl
Status: Client work
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Tags: marine power experience vintage
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wiking Dec. 02 '14

Agreed. This is really solid.

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type08 Dec. 02 '14

Rudy&Phil, much obliged gentlemen!

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logomotive Dec. 02 '14

Looks Nice Alen. Mark can work either side too. Looks Nice on website.

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type08 Dec. 02 '14

Bernd and Mike, thank you both guys! And thanks for the "galleryzation" :)

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type and signs Dec. 02 '14

hard candy, Alen - - - - hard candy - ;D

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logoboom Dec. 03 '14

Hmmm... the separated talon makes me see a torpedo about to hit a bird. That's my only hangup. A beauty otherwise.

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wizemark Dec. 03 '14

^i could see torpedo as well. :) Otherwise, clean design, Alen.

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type08 Dec. 04 '14

Logoboom and Wizemark - then next time when you go the KFC joint order a bucket of torpedoes! ;)
Herbert Light and Sir Roy, thank you guys!

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chanpion Dec. 04 '14

Maybe the leg/torpedo thing is the company's hidden agenda ;P

Seriously tho, as usual tight solid work my friend.

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ColinTierney Dec. 08 '14

Great work as always, Alen. Also, it's nice to see all these legends continue to contribute on the pond.

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type08 Dec. 09 '14

Thanks Colin! Every designer who started freelancing globally here at LogoPond has it in the heart so if you ask me, I'll always be around... It does seem more like a CPR lately though, but it keeps breathing and that's what counts.

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designbuddy Dec. 12 '14

Nice one...I too see a missile...curious how it would look with leg attached or shaped differently. Regardless, great design...floated, saved.

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type08 Dec. 17 '14

Thanks Design Buddy! I am not worried at all, this is not the first bird with detached leg in the semi-crest form. But once people notice something it is simply out there and it's hard not to see that. The negative space around the beak could be the elephant trunk to, right? ;)

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BujarLuboci Dec. 18 '14

Hey Alen,
big fan of your work, good job on this one too.
keep up the struggle ;)
your awesome

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RadekBlaska Jan. 31 '15

This is great Alen .

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