This is an old one but I always liked it :)
11 months ago
That is indeed sweet! Maybe a few too many highlights for my taste, and I think that + the colors/gradients make it a bit busy. But the typography itself is superb!
Perfect colors choice!
Thanks a lot guys :)
@Nikita Prokhorov Thanks Nikita, Originally the colors were pink, but the client asked for lots of colors and this was the best solution to not make it look like a rainbow :)
@Alan Oronoz Thanks Alan! I was just curious, and thanks for taking the time to explain. :)
WOW! Eye candy for sure! great colors and style!
@Nikita Prokhorov i have to say, if it's a candy product, the colors do fit.
Thanks guys!! :)
I'm melting :)
This is an excellent example when someone mentions it word 'sweet'. Instant reaction is this logo. Always.
@Alan Oronoz lovely colors man!
looks candified love it!
@Richard de Ruijter Agree with you completely. I was simply saying that ALL of the colors AND the highlights may be a bit too much, and could especially be tough to reproduce if the logo is needed in grayscale? Just my thoughts, that's all. ;)
One of my favourites from your stellar collection.
@Alan , that's just awesome.
@Nikita Prokhorov and i agree with that. It is hard, but clients in the field of candy and other "fun" products tend to just want more and more colors and "eye"candy, it's not uncommon.
I personally feel it attributed very much to a squishy feel for the logo. Thus complementing the clients field, therefore it was a fit. Also i can see this working really well without the gradient in a black/white version actually. Just make the highlights black instead of white and lose all the colors.
Yummy! Looks really good
i see this logos long time ago and I still liked it too @Alan Oronoz , good color choice and very very cool type..!
I want to lick this. Looks tasty!
Great work, love it!
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