Personally, I feel that logos on a three dimensional angle don't work well on paper. I think you can get away with it online, but for me, it'd just feel like there was something wrong with it if I saw it on a business card or compliment slip. Also, I feel that it isn't very eye catching. I'd notice the "webplastic" text moreso than the logo. The text is actually standing out moreso than the logo currently.
fair enough, but how come you feel there is something wrong if it's printed. Perspective adds power, points direction, and give a more fresh look to the logo. I am not saying it's always the best. I am with you at this, thanks a lot
Another thing is the fact that the logo is but two letters. Off the top of my head, I can't think of any really symbolic logos that use letters as their main logo. They're usually all symbols of some sort. I don't mean to take away from your creations, but still, you asked for comments
well these corporations sell their corporate image, and not particuallary the logo. SONY for example, the company doesn't have the best logo in the market, it is SONY's company-visual identity tha sells.
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Mia aporia: De ksero an itan epilogi tou pelati, alla mipos tha itan protimotero na valeis mavra sti leksi plastic kai aspra (i oxra) sti leksi web?
to leo epeidi i leksi web einai idi bold, kai nomizo i leksi plastic einai auti pou xaraktirizei tin etairia, kai oxi toso to web, pou einai pio geniko kai pio foremeno. ti les?