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Interior design firm logo

Brief from client 

An elegant logo that communicates luxury elegance and high end design.

Combined the first two letters of the company name, A N, to create a logotype that I framed with the companies full name and services to create the logo. The AN logotype can also be used on its own

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cooperads's picture
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Sorry, but I don't get A and N from the symbol, it looks like X.

Shawali's picture
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I'll disagree with coop here and say that the symbol is gold.

I did see an X at first and immediately realized right after what it really is. This awesomely crafted and very clever. I'm so sick of the lazy logos with just the initials as the symbol. The visual double entendre works great here.

Now, I'm not a fan of all the font work. Too many different sizes and weights. The font for the wordmark and the subtext one don't really compliment each other in my opinion. You need to simplify.

Also, I don't think this particular composition makes the logo shine as it should. The symbol and wordmark kinda fight for attention.

I'd remove also the frame and the separator, as they bring nothing valuable and only complicate the whole thing.

If you fix these, you'll get a really subtle, elegant, and clever logo, maybe one of the bests we had here in quite some time.

Beau boulot!! A bientôt.

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I totally agree with Charlie on how clever the symbol is done on this concept, and it could , very well , with some additional work on font and placement be one of the best logos that I even count on this site. It is a suprise to see cooperads not to read this one?

Ateliernoir's picture

Thank you all for your input. I’m an architect and not a graphic designer and this logo is for me. Hearing that I got at least one part right is reassuring

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