[Battlemesh] BattlemeshV10 logo proposals

Filipe Borges Teixeira filipebteixeira at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 19:25:14 CET 2017


Thanks Albert for sharing the logos!

I think the last two versions are the best, the first one may lack
presence. From the last two, I prefer the last one since I think the WBM
logo should not change radically from year to year, even if it can evolve
with time. Last WBM we had some initial proposals but we ended up changing
the previous logo, with a different color (from green to blue) and changes
on the shadow, reflecting the Portuguese map (maybe some of you didn't
notice). Having some consistency might help to recognize the event from
previous years but that is just my opinion :)

Best Regards,
Filipe Teixeira

2017-02-20 19:36 GMT+00:00 Linus L├╝ssing <linus.luessing at c0d3.blue>:

> I'm no good at creating graphics, so not sure whether I should comment...
> but, ehm, doing it anyway :D.
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 05:16:18PM +0100, Albert Rafetseder wrote:
> > * "paraboloid" attempts to trace a dish antenna using the date and
> > location of WBMv10.
> Seems a little too minimalistic to me. Found it difficult to get
> the dish antenna.
> > * "ste-0xff-l" is based on one of Vienna's better-known sights.
> I like the colours and the style of the text! And it's form is
> simple, not overloaded. Textually it might be a little
> overloaded though, it's difficult to know where to start reading.
> I'm also missing something mesh related in the picture, but not sure
> how that could be done without overloading the logo, as there is
> already something iconic and the text pulls a lot of attention
> too.
> Hm, maybe just place some beacon circles around the tip of the red tower?
> That way, thanks to the red colour and the beaconing circles, the
> visual emphasize would be on "Battlemesh v10"?
> > * "wbm-themed" is inspired by the familiar fist-clenching radio tower
> motiv
> Feels a little rough, but I like where this is going.
> (I'm wondering how it would look like if the blue radio tower were
> placed over the high one instead; and then both "battlers"
> inwards; kind of as if a schizophrenic building were battling with
> itself - which wouldn't be so unfitting, I guess :D)
> Regards, Linus
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