Aug. 01 '08
Twin Oaks wanted a logo that communicates their roots in orthodox doctrine, their Scottish Presbyterian heritage, and their commitment to building strong community both in and out of the church.
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Nice. It's awfully tall but....nice.
Like the Trinity in roots and the Celtic look of the roots...
Agree with gthobbs... it's tall all right.
Definitely is a tall one, but I could see this translating well into corporate stationery. The mark could still use a bit more attention regarding execution ( mainly the bottom area ), but still, this is very nice.
"The mark could still use a bit more attention regarding execution ( mainly the bottom area)"...
Would you care to elaborate? Are you talking about the roots in the mark? That was given a lot of attention...I'm not sure how it could be improved, my boss and I went around and around with this one. The goal was to make the knotwork look like it was originally intended to be part of the letter. I started out with geometric shapes and then flattened or accelerated some of the curves to make it a bit more natural.
As to the height of the logo, that was intentional. We wanted it to feel transcendant, as well as architecturally mirroring the incredibly tall steeple that makes the church a local landmark.
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