Dore Corporation

by VERG • Uploaded: May. 17 '12 - Gallerized: May. '12

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malicho May. 17 '12

i really love this style.

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robin21 May. 17 '12

This reminds me of 'City of Melbourne' logo

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contrast8 May. 17 '12

love everything about it Matt:)

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tinocordes May. 17 '12

Very nice and cool. Kind of mysterious :-)

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hertzpectiv May. 18 '12

^ all said above. :)

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beczukdavid May. 18 '12

How did you come up with the idea?

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vergad May. 19 '12

Thank you logopond for the gallery inclusion - as always very stoked! This has become my personal favourite from my portfolio and at some point i will do a case study of it which will answer how i came up with this idea. Thanks for all the great comments and floats.

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vergad May. 20 '12

cheers lefty! yes, it works really well as one colour on the stationery.

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Type and Signs May. 21 '12

float and fave Matt ... masterpiece work !!!

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cassano May. 21 '12

Nice shape! And line version is great too.

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vergad May. 21 '12

BMan & Cassano... cheers fellas! appreciate the kind words.

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AmeenSaqqaf May. 22 '12

Pro! I especially like the outlined version.

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vergad May. 22 '12

Thank you Ameen - Thanks for leaving a comment.

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vergad May. 23 '12

The city of melbourne logo and identity presentation is truly amazing and I respect whomever came up with it. Gradient overlays is a design technique and I have experimented with this style on several of my logos, including my own (see Precinct, Benchmark, V and Jones Mitchell Lawyers).

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logomotive Jun. 02 '12

I actually prefer the line art design.

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vergad Jun. 03 '12

Thanks Mike. You can see how it presents on cards here. http://dribbble.com/shots/338944-D-Cards where the line art is used on the front of cards and letterheads etc.

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cresk Jun. 09 '12

Very nice, love the colors!

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