Delfex

by janzabransky • Uploaded: Jun. 28 '11 - Gallerized: Jun. '11

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Description: Logo and corporate identity for company trading with foreign currency. I was working on this project last two month. I made for client whole identity set from logo design, stationery design, web design with programming part, copy-writing including slogan and finally design manual. Logo on this photo is mounted in headquarters office on a wall. It was carved out of brushed aluminum plate to gain metallic look which is symbolic interpretation of currency, money and prosperity. Metallic effect literally connects whole identity. All stationery is printed by PANTONE 811 C metallic silver color. For selected materials such as business cards, compliment cards, envelopes and documents folder was used special silver metallic paper.
As seen on: Delfex website
Status: Client work
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Tags: trade business forex exchange
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Gotty Jun. 28 '11

I like the way metallic look strengthens impression of finance/wealth.%0D*%0D*BtW Company website link needs to be fixed.

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richardbaird Jun. 28 '11

Solid corporate logo work.

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janzabransky Jun. 29 '11

@Rosta thanks for broken link warning *@Richard thanks

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contrast8 Jun. 29 '11

love this, as i said before on dribbble:) lovely logo, very corporate:)

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janzabransky Jun. 29 '11

@Jurcek Could you please explain?

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Type08 Jun. 29 '11

...Yeah, I'm interested to...

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loucobos Jun. 29 '11

In my opinion, that image is not well appreciated the composition of the logo.

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nathantrafford Jun. 29 '11

ha i think there is just a translation problem. I think what he's getting at is that he just wants to see the logo on its own, in it's purest form (none of these crazy photo shenanigans, crazy kids!), and i'd have to agree. Love seeing this version, just want to see a nice, boring version too of it just sitting centered

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- Yoon - Jun. 30 '11

I not so understand that it, for what an angle of slope and unnecessary effects.

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Sean Heisler Jun. 30 '11

I'm not sure if people are seeing this right and that is causing the stir. The image here is of cut metal letters up on a wall - and it looks great.

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mister jones Jun. 30 '11

you can always click on the website link to see the flat version. I enjoy seeing the work come alive in real applications.

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milou Jun. 30 '11

%5E Yeh, me too - it's good to see some real deal sometimes.

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nathantrafford Jun. 30 '11

there we go! the link wasn't working the other day when i tried it. I have nothing against seeing photography of work in action! I enjoy it actually! just as long as we can see the flat version somewhere too!**beautiful mark, btw :)

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