The RGB spectrum we work with on our digital computers gives us the widest possible range of colour to work with, much wider than the range of hues that can be replicated in CMYK inks, but that’s not to say there aren’t some ultra b
This logo uses the idea of sound waves and amp connector which implies music. It also uses a stamp texture which makes it feel hand made. The colours are very monochromatic which don't offer much excitement.
Peter Stackpole—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesActress Jeanne Crain balances a soap bubble on her index finger as she luxuriates in a bath in a scene from the 1946 movie, Margie. What do they use in movies to make all those long-lasting bubbles?