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Infinite Adventures Press, LLC

Brief from client 

This is for a children's book publishing company.

Trying something a bit different since people kept seeing a tent. A different take on an abstract "infinity tent" for this version. slightly simpler coloring in this compared to the other version.

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Shawali's picture
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Much much better !!! Well done.

Now, I like the main font but the subtext should use a different yet complimenting typeface.

The symbol is pretty cool but could use some fine-tuning. Try to have even spaces between each triangle for starters.

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Thank you so much!! I did end up having a completely new idea that I might try as well, but if that doesn't pan out we will look to get the spaces even within the symbol and pick a complementary text for the subtext :)

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I agree that this main typeface is great. Needs a bit of kearning attention. I might suggest some kind of sans serif secondary typeface. You could put that fancy T from the other version back in here.
The whitespace spacing on the left side of the triangles feels a bit crowded towards the center.

The following is just a "stream of thought" writing of what is going though my mind--take it as just that and nothing more. I guess I'm still on the fence about the use of a solid triangle in the middle and then all of the other triangles being outlines. I'm imagining what it might look like when you look in a "hall of mirrors" or in "video feedback" tricks using cameras and monitors. They tend to trail off to once side or the other and looks basically the same the whole way through them. I wonder if there is a way to represent that without being too chaotic?

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