I want to do something with my designer owl and some how combine it with the digital world so this came to me last night. Too far out there. thought being, we design in a process – well me anyway – concept idea, then sketch it out, to finalizing digitally.
Make way over thought, but fricken dreams are that way. Ha!
Thinking of this concept on a t-shirt. Huuumm.
little more detail in the moon on the attached version. check it out http://dribbble.com/shots/1264552-Designer-Moon/attachments/173324
5 months ago
... »The Wise Pencil« – I love it!
@Arno Kathollnig yeah...wide design.
Maybe don't even need the textured moon in the background.
love it - dont think the moon is necessary. there's still a disconnect to me with the bezier handles despite the conceptual connection, but that owl/pencil is super smart
@Jason Carter yeah, I am wondering on that issue.
what about this http://dribbble.com/shots/1264552-Designer-Moon/attachments/173383
check out the "design Wisely" attachment above. Or no words at all.
i dont mind the words, but i think it can stand alone depending on what its being used for - very cool
Okay what ya think with just the main design as a t-shirt????
Check it: http://dribbble.com/shots/1264552-Designer-Moon/attachments/173481
That's smart! Really like it. Not a fan of the moon either, and personally feel the stroke on the mark is overly thick when paired with the typeface. But a wonderfully diverse branding piece by all means.
This concept is excellent. The execution is dynamite.
Love the tee. Let us know if we can buy it anywhere.
I think the moon background is unnecessary. The mark itself is super strong and to the point - and works awesome on a t-shirt!
Just bought the Cotton Bureau shirt version of this! Well done!
4 days ago
Thanks for the support, @Arielle Weiler . Appreciate that. Party in it! HA!
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