New approach with the seal/shield shape.
10 months ago
I see also a giraffe's / antelope's head from the right side
@Andrey Kruglov forgot to attach the original, here it's shown as the inverse version (dark on light).
Yes, much more clear lion reading in attached version
As usual... VRH! :)
Dark on light looks great, man. There's a little problem with recognition of nose+mouth in light on dark version.
Yup, the attachment version works way better.
@Andrey Kruglov @Marko Jotic @Milosz Klimek @Dalius Stuoka thank you all guys! I posted it darker to give it the same chance as the previous shot but I def agree, lighter version (attached) brings out more contrast and does work better.
yesss ...love it !
love it too!
Love it! Shield logos are cool. http://dribbble.com/shots/1083830-WMW-2-0
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Sorry, but not knowing beforehand what it is, makes it hard to recognize.
Love the appearance of the graphic. What's the final application?
Also, I see a very angry horse's head.
@TAS @Miramark Diaz @Daniel Meese thanks fellaz!
@Stefano Slomma @Nikita Prokhorov no problem guys, valid points, still waiting to hear from the client about our next step.
Looks alive in lines... nice :)
This grrrr cat go straight into my lion bucket.
I saw many lions in the form of shields and this one also has great realization.
Well done Mr. Logo Trendsetter :^)
@saurabhj thanks mate, long time no see! :)
@Jovan Petrić hehee, thanks for noticing buddy! I'm glad that you like this shot but client also sees the horse in it so your bucket is going to be the only home... for now... ;)
Horse head looks totally different.
Maybe it's time to visit an ophthalmologist or to look at these animals live in the zoo.
by Alen Type08 Pavlovic
And this is it, final logo mark approved by the client. More info about the whole project soon.
9 months ago
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