Sunday, April 22, 2012

New Gotham Polish Logo Revealed :)


I've been hard at work on a logo to represent Gotham Polish for over several months now and am very happy to at last share it with you! With the idea in my head, I've been striving to precisely realize the design. Seeing it up as the new banner on Gotham Polish is a great accomplishment :) I do hope you like it!

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  1. I love it! I have a similiar view of NY from my appartment, without the polishes though lol

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    1. haha without the polishes :) What a great view you have!

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  2. Absolutely perfect! It really sets the tone + the font is gorg ^_^

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    1. Thanks, glad you like the font! Picking the right font is an under-rated challenge ;)

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  3. i love love love it! its absolutely unique, spunky, and creative! at first I couldnt tell that the buildings were polishes! Once i took a better look made me love it all the more! I also love the silhouette design very Old NYC! Its Urban, mysterious, and dark yet tasteful and classy. I couldnt agree more definitely sets the tone and the font is just gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you so much! I really wanted the polishes to blend with the skyline so I'm glad it came through like that :) I'm super excited about it and think the next step will be to order some Moo cards!

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  4. sorry ^^^ that was me. My CPU was acting crazy!

    i love love love it! its absolutely unique, spunky, and creative! at first I couldnt tell that the buildings were polishes! Once i took a better look made me love it all the more! I also love the silhouette design very Old NYC! Its Urban, mysterious, and dark yet tasteful and classy. I couldnt agree more definitely sets the tone and the font is just gorgeous!

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  5. This is super nice and so creative! I love it.
    I can't believe that I've been blogging for over 9 months and I still don't have a "real" logo or banner. Shame on me!

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    1. Haha no not at all... it took me over a year :)

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  6. Okay, so today was the first time I've ever heard of/been to your blog and after just a few minutes of perusing, it instantly became one of my favorites. I love the layout and the new banner is perfect. Your pictures/manicures are amazing and unique, as well! I just love it! :D

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    1. Hi Courtney, thanks for stopping by! So happy to hear you like Gotham Polish! I'm glad I found your blog as well.

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  7. Oh, I love it! I don't know how you made it, but I'm impressed. :)

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    1. Hi Zara, thanks! I spent lots of time with Photoshop perfecting it :)

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  8. Your new logo is PERFECT! I love it. :) I sucked at Adobe Illustrator in college and I would have to beg someone to make something for me, haha.

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    1. Thanks, Rach! I wish I knew Illustrator, it seems tricky though - I made this in Photoshop.

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  9. It looks fabulous! So perfect :) Good job, Amy!

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    1. Hi Hayley - I'm glad I took the plunge and did it :) Loving your new look, too!

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  10. It looks awesome, great job!

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    1. Thanks, mich! I'm so happy to see it up at last :)

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  11. I love it! Very clever; I actually showed it to my hubby earlier when I was reading a post and he really liked it too. Great work!

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    1. Aw thanks! So happy to hear you both like it!

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  12. That's a well made logo, I really like it! :)

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  13. That's one awesome logo! Didn't even notice there were polish bottles in there at first!

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  14. That's amazing!! You're sooo creative :D

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  15. Looks gorgeous! I'm in the middle of the same process, it's so much fun!

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    1. That's great! Looking forward to seeing your creation :)

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  16. Congratulations! I loved your new layout, so creative!

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    1. Thanks, Eveline! I worked REALLY hard on it so I very much appreciate hearing from you!

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