Hotel Connections

by victorjackmathieux • Uploaded: May. 11 '11 - Gallerized: May. '11

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Description: Logo for a company that connects airline crews and passengers to hotels.
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designtofeel May. 11 '11

Really great, I love it.

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Simon™ May. 11 '11

%5E Agree with these two. So smart.

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victorjackmathieux May. 11 '11

Thanks guys! Glad it communicates the idea clearly

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Sean Heisler May. 11 '11

Very cool, nice concept, Victor.

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lumavine May. 11 '11

Wow clever concept! Good thinking!

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designtofeel May. 11 '11

I'm commenting again because it's that good. Have you thought about colors or is this it?

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vergad May. 11 '11

nice and simple... love it!

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lecart May. 12 '11

Yep, really nice!

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hertzpectiv May. 12 '11

great concept, mate.

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Quattro8 May. 12 '11

Lovely typography.

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florisvoorveld May. 12 '11

clever %26 minimalistic, those two work well together :)

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logomotive May. 12 '11

It's Ok bitencourt, I only get the connectors and airplane? Don't get Hotel though?

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florisvoorveld May. 13 '11

Maybe the plane connects the hotels (I'm just guessing)

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Type08 May. 13 '11

Isn't this the hotel bell forming the airplane tail? Or am I missing something to? :)

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victorjackmathieux May. 15 '11

Thanks everyone!**To clarify: The company serves the airlines industry, they aren't a hotel. They simply connect airlines to hotels or locations that airlines crews/passengers can rest in. **Hope this helps to clarify any confusion!

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victorjackmathieux May. 15 '11

@DesignToFeel: Originally this was the intended color scheme. I was going to provide the client with 1 or 2 other color options but they went with an other concept!

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herbyderby May. 17 '11

Super tight and crisp.**I don't get the %22connecting-to-hotels%22 part of it. I see dots and them connecting. Is that the %22connection%22 part?

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victorjackmathieux May. 23 '11

%5EYes sir, much like a the trail on a public transportation map often used by travelers.

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