Sweet Super Cupcakes!
about 2 years ago
How does this translate to traditional printed material like business cards, letterheads, etc? Just wondering if there's any intent for it to even be used that way. 1 color/Black & White?
HOLY CUPCAKE STOP IT JULIAN!
@ Trevor. no just color.
hey julian, i'd love to see a howto on this one (:
@ Tobias. I will consider it ;)
In my opinion, there are too much details for a logo. It looks like more as an illustration than a logo. Even if I think it's very impressive.
A logo? Hmm... Amazing icon it is for sure, but I don't think this works good as a logo as it's over-detailed (if that's the term). If they're going to use it only on screen, that's fine, but if they intend to print it, then it's a mistake - unless you find a way to make it 1-color.
But still, I gotta say - well done.
^ No just on screen and for great display on a poster. There is no further paper work. (think I might remove the logo part out of the description :P)
In defense of the logo aspect, the type treatment could very easily translate to one color and for use at small sizes in print.
Hmmm looks tasty Julian!!
mind sharing what font that is?
Looks delicious, Julian, really wonderful detail you've put in it! The patty-pan loses its outline a little near the white/light blue part of the background's gradient though. Great work!
Did you use Photoshop Illustrator or both!? Looks nice!
^ Thanks! Almost everything is done in Illustrator. Only some grain and detailed shading in photoshop.
I think is an icon for web not a logo as people says :)
Hungry now ...
10 months ago
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