Personal logo design of Antonin Vodicka. Czech word “vodicka” means the same as the English word “water”.
I would like to complete some information about meaning of this logo. “Vodicka” is actually diminutive of “water” exact meaning is “little water” … and one one of waves over letter “c” makes punctuation mark which is nicely incorporated into shape of water … It is important in Czech language only I now, but with all this I thing logo should have better rating.
Maybe if the punctuation over the c was separated from the wave, it might convey a little more of the intention and a little more interest. Personally I really like this unusual mark – it’s definitely memorable and has a very positive vibe. I’d give it a 4.
I think separated punctuation shoulde make logo visually inconsistent. I like as it is now. In Czech you instantly read it with punctuation.
I see what you mean. If the punctuation was sensitively separated (still a wave, in blue) it would read better for someone unfamiliar with those kinds of marks. But in the context of it’s intended application, it works really well. I think it’s excellent.
Thanks for the comments, John, for defense, it’s exactly his words. Version with separate punctuation on the web http://www.ivodicka.cz.
Be my guest and congratulations to be featured on LOD
Mail (will not be published) (required)
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
© 2008-2014 JUST™ Creative - All Rights Reserved. | Subscribe by RSS | Subscribe By Email