One of my favorite logo designers of all times! Love the subtlety here my brother!
4 months ago
Thanks for the huge compliment Alen. I get huge inspiration from your work too.
Thanks mate! But your shots/posts are like seeing an unicorn! We want more, we want more! :)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Ha! Wish I had more identity work but I don't have too much these days.
Well if you check the Drib posts of all kinds, not just logos and/or identities, I think that only about 25% is a real client work, everything else is more or less practice or fun of some kind, which is totally legitimate, of course. And some of the greatest artists here do that so why don't you join the club? If nothing else, potential clients might get a better grasp on how good you are and I'm sure that in some way it can pump up your "work inquiry" count.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic That has crossed my mind alright and it probably would be a good self promotion method. It's easy to become forgotten about and especially with so many great designers on here like yourself. Thanks :)
Definitely, so you got my support. Nothing to be ashamed of and 75% of the Drib content proves so. You can always start an interesting play-off as well - that guarantees a good exposure and I'm sure that many of 'our' LP friends are just waiting to join the challenge!
Love that pointy tip at the very top.
Not a huge fan of the copyright mark placement, but hey, the client probably insisted on it! :D
Simplicity at its best. Really good to see you back in action @Sean :)
love this, great work @Sean !
Wouldn't mind to see some other stuff than identity work you're working on or completed, would make dribbble more interesting :)
Nice work, Sean.
Solidly executed, great stuff Sean.
@Jord Riekwel @Muhammad Ali Effendy @Alexander Wende @Roy Smith @Milosz Klimek Thanks for the support guys. Some great people on here :)
Really nice, man.
For a moment I thought its Alen work.
Really nice composition and colors.
@Jovan Petrić Thanks. So did I for a second ;)
Clean! Nice colors!
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