Dore Corporation

by VERG • Uploaded: May. 17 '12
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Description: For a property development, transactions & advisory company.

As seen on: VERG

Status: Client work

Commenting: Not seeking critique

Tags: property developmentddesign agencymatt vergotis

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yuro said on May. 17 '12


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malicho said on May. 17 '12

i really love this style.

tass said on May. 17 '12

Same here.

robin21 said on May. 17 '12

This reminds me of 'City of Melbourne' logo

julius seniunas said on May. 17 '12

.... amazed

LadyGrey said on May. 17 '12


contrast8 said on May. 17 '12

love everything about it Matt:)

hyperborea said on May. 17 '12

Looks good :)

whoswho said on May. 17 '12

nice colors

beczukdavid said on May. 17 '12

I like it

1ta said on May. 17 '12


tinocordes said on May. 17 '12

Very nice and cool. Kind of mysterious :-)

nickosma said on May. 18 '12

This is beautiful

hertzpectiv said on May. 18 '12

^ all said above. :)

beczukdavid said on May. 18 '12

How did you come up with the idea?

vergad said on 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.

vergad said on May. 20 '12

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

Type and Signs said on May. 21 '12

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

cassano said on May. 21 '12

Nice shape! And line version is great too.

vergad said on May. 21 '12

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

AmeenSaqqaf said on May. 22 '12

Pro! I especially like the outlined version.

vergad said on May. 22 '12

Thank you Ameen - Thanks for leaving a comment.

vergad said on 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).

logomotive said on Jun. 02 '12

I actually prefer the line art design.

vergad said on 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.

cresk said on Jun. 09 '12

Very nice, love the colors!

vergad said on Jun. 10 '12

thanks Gert!

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