Amber Projects

by VERG • Uploaded: Jul. 31 '12 - Gallerized: Aug. '12


Description: Amber is an event and project management company covering all phases of event design through to implementation.

For mark rationale and presentation take a look at the behance project link below.
As seen on: BEHANCE

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Status: Client work
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Tags: gradient amber design agency matt vergotis

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Looks so good Matt !


Sick presentation!


Damn, Matt. love it!
And totally agree with the boyz above...killer presentation @ behance!


cheers champions... 100% stoked you like and thanks also logopond for the gallery inclusion.


I was hoping this got featured. The stage light ambience came out perfect


thanks ny, really appreciate it!


And to think you couldn't possibly top BHB's logo...this is an exceptional interpretation Verg.


Great logo, great presentation.


legends! thank you. Norman, which logo are you referring to?


Benchmark Houston Builders of course!


dang! how could I oversee that?! cheers bud!


Another great faceted gradient exploration, Matt! I know you have a really diverse artistic style, but this is starting to become your signature aesthetic :D

One thing I TOTALLY missed when I looked at this before was the spotlight association. Man, how did I overlook that?! I mean, duh. Event planning, lighting, spotlights. Makes total sense. I was just reading into the convergence/intersection of clients/events and Amber's out-of-the-box thinking (as outlined in your Behance rationale) and the obvious A association.

Anyway, love the warm colors, and the specular highlights going on.


beautyful work as always!


Cheers Jon, I hear what you're saying. Ever since doing a couple of these I've had more quests for similar logos which I guess has forced this style to become familiar to me. I do love it though and it's probably not the last time I'll explore it. I'm glad you checked out the behance presentation and got the relevance - another thing I try to do with all my gradient overlay style marks, is give it some sort of relevant geometric meaning behind them. Thanks again for stopping by bro.

Thanks also rebecca

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