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This was the initial logo for a chat site called "CoolChat." Since it's entirely web-based, an
animated logo seemed appropriate, and I like the way this one builds faces from around the world on the letter C. The C is Letraset Bergell, from ITC. The other type is GMNanogram from FontHaus.
The client didn't feel this was "cool" enough. So we
went to the next step, a kind of "Martini-cool." This was, apparently, too cool. Typeface: Futura Bold.
The client wanted color. I decided to simplify and focus on the color. I started with the lips, then added
the eye, then the word balloon. The "beauty mark" was inspired by Cindy Crawford. typeface: Pike from FontHaus.
One of the great things about the web is that it
allows me to work for clients all over the world. This was a design for an internet access provider in Paris--and what says Paris more than the Eiffel tower which itself is a transmitting tower? Typeface: Erazure, FontHaus. I prefer the first version of the design. It's more informal and personal. But the second is "grander."
This is the version the company eventually chose. While I like it, I think it lacks the sense of place that
the Eiffel logos have. There is an animated version where the red dot travels along the blue line. Typeface: ITC Galliard from Bitstream.
Iíve also had several potential clients email me asking them to design a logo ďJust like that W one.Ē Well, folks, thatís not how it works. If you want a
design that looks like this one, just copy it yourself. If you want a good logo, one that really says who your company is in a distinct way, then hire me and Iíll invent something, just for you.
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