Todo lo que hay que saber de proporción para el diseño, es esto.

Everything You Need to Know About the Golden Ratio

Circle Animal Logos | Tom Anders Watkins

Circle Animal Logos With Tom Anders Watkins

Rhino- would be interesting to do a series of animals made out of the filled in spaces between circles

Rhino- would be interesting to do a series of animals made out of the filled in spaces between circles

The living grid

The living grid

Thanks my friend and your geometrical head, for helping me to make this logo :)

Inspiration graphique #6 : 25 logos avec une grille de construction | BlogDuWebdesign

Inspiration graphique #6 : 25 logos avec une grille de construction

For me the Golden rule in logo design is that form has to follow function and I designed Mobius eye logo without intention to apply Golden rule principle. But after geometric construction and proportion measurements I was amazed that the iris light reflection part is exactly where horizontal, vertical and diagonal axes intersects in Golden ratio. Nice coincidence, don’t you think? – Jan Zabransky

For me the Golden rule in logo design is that form has to follow function and I designed Mobius eye logo without intention to apply Golden rule principle. But after geometric construction and proportion measurements I was amazed that the iris light reflection part is exactly where horizontal, vertical and diagonal axes intersects in Golden ratio. Nice coincidence, don’t you think? – Jan Zabransky

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