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Nihilward Logotype

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Nihilward Productions Logotype
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Client information:

Client: Nihilward Productions
Location: Ukraine
Website: www.nihilward.com
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Production information:

Medium(s): Staedtler pigment liner 0.05/0.8
Program(s): Illustrator CS5
Year of production: 2010
Image size
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SaevusProfessional General Artist
This is excellent, and one of the most dynamic and stylized logos I've seen that is still easily legible.
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MartinSilvertantProfessional General Artist
Thanks a lot! It has been up for a while but I'm currently re-uploading some logos to get rid of the old BA'AL template and give each logo presentation its own color.
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Elegant, regular type, light symmetry. really good job!
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MartinSilvertantProfessional General Artist
Thank you!
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odiumediaeStudent Writer
Some noticable asymmetry within very well crafted symmetry. It looks quite noble.

And I don't think the 'h' looks like a 'k', however, I see the label is located in the Ukraine and my foreposter is from Kazakhstan. Maybe the swung line of the 'h' reminds people who are used to the Cyrillic alphabet of the Cyrillic 'k'.

Take a look at the 'k'/'ḱ' of the Cyrillic alphabet and you'll see that it features swung lines. Though it doesn't look the same, the 'h' might indeed remind Russian speakers of the Cyrillic 'k'/'ḱ'.
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MartinSilvertantProfessional General Artist
I think the comparison with the cyrillic 'k' is very farfetched, but alas. Perhaps Russian speakers make other associations. I'm not even that familiar with the history of Cyrillic black letters. Perhaps those bring some associations.
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odiumediaeStudent Writer
Nevermind. Ironically, I was tired, mistook the 'N' for an 'h' and draw the wrong conclusion. My fault.
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Sir-SiriXHobbyist Interface Designer
"H" looks like "K" ):
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MartinSilvertantProfessional General Artist
Not in my opinion. Its design (of the 'k') is quite close to the Textur script.
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