I'm experimenting with various things for our brand. Inspiration comes from here which was kindly pointed out to me by Riley Cran.
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This is much better Morgan! ;-)
Love this one Morgan.
Thanks guys! Anything you'd do differently Tim?
This one! Fo sho!
Love the smoke.
I love this. Immediately thought "Wow" the moment I saw it.
@Morgan Maybe simplify those clouds a bit for small sizes?
looking pretty good! the only thing I would point out, like Tim, is how good it will look in a small size.
Tim, you're totally right, dude. I'm not happy with the way they look now, regardless of size. I think I might need to use stroked paths, in the same vein as your finely honed style. I'll post another iteration tomorrow.
Love the feel of this
love this, looks very good
@Tim @Morgan Tim is totally right like you said, but what about that racket? maybe little bit larger? maybe use some perspective for this.
@Morgan I really dig how the clouds are overlapping each other, it's really playful. I think trying to make those clouds a bit bigger, and working out the small ones, can fix your problem. Also Charlie's suggestion of making the rocket a bit bigger might be pretty awesome. Either way, great work man!
This is much better than the first concept. Diggggggin.
This is just incredible! Nice work man
+1 what Tim and Charlie suggested. What about mirroring cloud shapes, so the whole logo would be symmetrical?
Otherwise, A+ :)
reminds me of marc newson's cloud pullover for g-star.
Agree with the dudes above, this is great and you could make those clouds even better. :-)
Oh my god this is incredibly awesome!
3, 2, 1, awesome!
I really like where this is going. Good work!
Awesome--NASA could use a logo treatment like this
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