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GHAUST LOGO by painsugar GHAUST LOGO by painsugar
commission from GHAUST instrumental / Psychedelic / Hardcore from jakarta

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painsugar Sep 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank so much. The first idea from the band is how to make simple and clear and cvult. the first I make one eye on triangle but i think the shape and thin is not working as well. and then I decide to make snake, maybe if you read old cult books or browsing will be find it i mean the snake, but I combined with the fonts and triangle, the result satisfy me. about the thin and thick lines is compare with the font-balance. I will upload new image with more big size soon. thks so much for your words, be honest I learn a lot with all your artwork and logo. true.

thks again for you!
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MartinSilvertant Sep 26, 2010  Professional General Artist
By the way, I was wondering if you could upload a bigger version of this logo. I would like to admire the smaller details. Additionally, I'm sure the logo presents itself better when it's bigger. That actually applies to the Eskatol logo as well.
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MartinSilvertant Sep 26, 2010  Professional General Artist
I'm very impressed by this logo. It's a simple typeface but with elegant proportions. It works very well with the symbol, which contains some refined details and elegant shapes. What I like most - and I don't know if it happened by accident or not - is the fact that the lines of the symbol are of the same proportions as the letters; both in the think and thick lines. Brilliant logo. I truly wish I had designed it.
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MartinSilvertant Sep 26, 2010  Professional General Artist
Linguistic error fixes of first message:
*[...]I don't know whether it [...]
*[...]the thin and thick lines.
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