exploration for a KingThink mark. I know light bulbs are a shallow icon for ideas, but I wanted to try to abstract it a little bit and see if it still reads. thoughts??
5 months ago
Before reading title or spiel, I saw a bulb.
I saw a bulb right away.
I thought it was a broken bulb or a shattering bulb. Looks really cool!
I thought it was South America :)
@Alen well i didnt want EVERYONE to see it :)
@Jason Carter heheee, so what did I win? ;)
@Alen plus 1 life!
I totally see a bulb. I also totally see me in this t-shirt. ;)
Bulb!! right away.
@Wyatt Gallagher you never know!
@P. Von Haggen. thanks, homie!
I saw an upside down pear.
hahaha pear of what??
I'll be honest, before clicking through, I think my mind went to "keyhole" just from the smaller thumbnail. That said, I think you're super close to an instant read here.
It might look way less natural and naive than this concept, but maybe a really subtle and vague bit of negative space inside that loosely represents the filament?
You could do better, but I had to see what it might look like. :)
@Ryan I definitely considered filament, but my only thought was to use some sort of lettering as filament and I want to be able to scale this down fairly small and just plop it places so that wouldn't work. Thanks for the mock-up (instant karma - i wish this were the most utilized aspect of dribbble). Seeing your comp makes me want to try a very energetic three point crown shape with no base to serve as the filament...could be money!
@Jason Carter DO IT.
by Jason Carter
Thanks for the feedback, guys! @Ryan Hamrick helped me stumble across an idea that I really dug, so i threw together some filament/crown options for the King Think logo.
Really like a few of them, haven't settled on one yet. 2x!
4 months ago
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