Continuing the tweaks I have now added a 3rd 'plank' as well as adding creating the usual spacing of end-to-end planks with the hope this helps with overall perception.
Also tweaked the overall perspective and made some subtle changes to element sizes. Still not sure on colours yet; either this muted blue/grey or the more vibrant orange as seen in earlier shots.
over 2 years ago
Oh wow, those little tweaks made a huge difference.
i like this one the best. the work on the text is much improved, size and color. the blue says "garden" more than the orange to me anyway, green is more obvious, but not sure a pot full of green makes sense here.
Brad: The problem is I don't want to make it 'too' life like as I had wanted an element of vagueness about it. The problem has been people interpreting it in a number of ways so I have needed to tweak it enough so that in 1st glance it's more urn that coffee cup. :)
I like the shape this makes.
Have you tried not using a gradient on the disc element?
I think I still like the orange & grey version better. But this mark may be able to win out if it's in the colors and textures from the orange & grey one.
Love these subtle changes especially love what you did to the text. But about the colours I prefer Orange/Grey more. I'd suggest you try Dark Green/Black as well.
by Graham Smith
So the client has taken a total 360 and has now asked me to design something based on 3 leaves that intersect and create transparency. The previous idea has been cast-away…
Update: The long and short of is that after spending considerable time working on the initial idea http://d.pr/MDJi I find myself in a position of either: walking away or trying my best to create something reasonable from some very specific revised directions.
This is the exact idea they wanted me to artwork http://d.pr/DJZo
So this is my last attempt to try and direct them to something reasonable.
Worth mentioning that this is not a direct client but rather I am working with someone who's client it is, and who is equally as frustrated as I.
Hence why I feel a little better saying how it is…
And what you see in the rebound is my attempt at trying to create something half decent, and tasteful even if not original or unique, from their idea.
It's OK I feel. Nice, colourful, bold, quite striking and has it's advantages but it's a far cry from their initial brief of wanting something more ingenious and structural.
over 2 years ago
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