First research for branding an upcomming side-project about UX design & Ecommerce ;)
I put things I love in it !
Your comments are welcome.
7 months ago
Nice work Kevin. I like the logo top right, mostly because it's simple. The others seem a little too overcomplicated. Might be nice to just try a few options with only one element as the feature, like the crossbones or the orange hexagon.
Just my 2 cents, hope it help you out :)
Loving that skull, I'd have that on a tee :D
I'm trying to move more towards UX, so I await your blog :D
Looks nice bro. I'm with @David Petzold
Love the skull, The Terminator style!
SO COOL! Luv your style, Kevin.
@David Petzold @Dylan Cook @Jason Lenker @Catalin Rosu @Gaye Elam Thank you very much for your comments ! David is right : keep it simple !
Next rebound will be in that mood.
by Jason Lenker
Hey Kevin... this was just an idea I had.
Instead of fitting the skull IN the poly... make the skull the poly. Just a quick idea. Your work is great. Hope you don't mind my little graphical fumblings here. I'll take it down if you like. =)
7 months ago
You could put in your research that hexagons are the most efficient shape, for no other shape shares all sides so perfectly. That's why bees instinctively use them for honeycomb, and you can see them in architectural patterns, or Bucky's geodesic dome.
Maybe I like hexagons a bit too much.
Great work as usual, your work should be an inspiration to all.
by Kevin Granger
More experimentations with the hexabones.com logo concept :)
the one on the top right is a dope variation
awesome work :)
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