CODE

by VERG • Uploaded: Jul. 25 '11

e3209cf845506f99d7384b566d4a19ff.png

Add to Pad (In 3 Pad s )

Description: An idea i'm toying around with at the moment. CODE and the four zeros of a combination lock.
Status: Work in progress
Viewed: 4433
Tags: combination lock 0000 code design agency
Share:  

Lets Discuss

qyper Jul. 26 '11

nice idea but from first look i haven't seen 4 zeros. i saw CODE 08 the first and last letters.

Reply
vergad Jul. 26 '11

* UPDATED... thanks qyper, we've changed direction for this for now. 0000 will be used in-line on the reverse side of the logo on things like business cards and letterheads. And sometimes in place of the logo on collatoral.

Reply
atomicvibe Jul. 27 '11

%5EThat's a brilliant idea, actually. Using the show-through from the reverse side as a design element on the front side is a really cool technique. It really adds a whole other level of dimensionality to design, and shows that you've got your designer thinking cap on. I would LOVE to see examples of this if/when it's developed :)

Reply
vergad Jul. 28 '11

thanks jon! i'll post a link in the next couple of days to show how it will work across the collateral. really appreciate your comments. i've read a few of yours on other designs and i think it's great the way you take the time to give good constructive feedback.

Reply
atomicvibe Aug. 05 '11

I try, man. I swear, at some point in my life, I'm going to teach graphic design.

Reply
eszencia Aug. 10 '11

origami inspiration !?

Reply
vergad Aug. 10 '11

@ jon: youcandooit!*@ escenzia: no, but i see where you're coming from

Reply
type and signs Oct. 09 '11

very interesting ... like the nearly unreadable (fun) font ... ttp://www.behance.net/gallery/DISRUPTION-Type-Experiment/451733*although yours is much better (mature, serious) mine was a joke ...

Reply
vergad Oct. 10 '11

hey bernd, are you talking about the one above %22some t-shirts%22? does that say NATW?E? maybe NATURE? this is how i originally had it http://dribbble.com/shots/218489-Code

Reply
vergad Nov. 09 '11

%5E%5E%5E%5E%5E way up there to jons request to see how the 0000 and CODE relationship would work across business cards. you can see a visual here. http://dribbble.com/shots/315467-code-business-cards?list%3Dfollowing (apologies if it's not appropriate to redirect)

Reply

Please login/signup to make a comment, registration is easy