about 3 years ago
Your having a lot of fun on this project... aren't you? Great work once again.... I'm especially liking the dove.
A lot of good stuff in this series. This one is winning for me. Love the globe mark in there.
Agree with Rick, great stuff!
Good stuff Thomas! Digging this one a lot. You're all over the board with this project ;)
My amigo, this one is top notch.
So nice and balanced! Love that "C" : )
great round logo bud.
Although this round sticker kinda style is quite overused nowadays...
Love, love, love :) So simple, so good.
Best one till now imo, though not extremely original. :)
very much so my favorite Thomas! I have seen quite a variety in direction with this series my man!
I'm loving this, really beautiful. But my favourite is still the one who looks like a coffin; that one gets to you more, makes you think. This one is a little too kind.
The coffin also has more "personality" with it's unusual (for a logo that is) shape. This one is more likely to disappear in the crowd so to speak.
This is great man!
This might be more appealing aesthetically than the others however it also seems more clichéd. That excludes the type which I really like, what is it, Rooney?
Definitely the best one in the series
Oi, finally got a minute to thank you all for your feedback :)
@Alexander Danling: I agree with you that the coffin shape is quite unusual and maybe more original, but after showing it to John (@jmherskind) he asked me to emphasize on 'hope', rather than the cruelty and negativity. And the coffin was just a bit too morbit, like some others already mentioned.
@Julian Hrankov: Rooney it is!
Thanks again everyone!
Incredible stuff once again Tomme :)
@Thomas: Yeah, I can understand his point, it's a good one :)
That's what I love and hate about this job, some things just got to have some sort of meaning instead of just being incredibly nice to look at. :)
Real nice, What font is used for DACS?
@Kyee: The font is called Rooney if I'm not mistaken.
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