A logo for a set of posters I created a while back and am thinking of releasing to the public.
almost 3 years ago
Damn fine work. Has lots of finesse to it.
I love the circle but I think the extra lines and stars on the outside of it are a little bit unnecessary. Any reason in particular you included them?
Also, did you mean for that top line under "TEA" to be 2px/not on the pixel grid?
@Pete: Thx :)
@Chandler: The extra lines and stars look better in the grand scheme of things...hmm...I think... :p You know looking at it now I am not even sure this logo works well with the poster. lol
As for the 2px, it is because the original is in poster size resolution and when I just shrunk it to fit 400x30, it got effed up a bit.
Thanks for the feedback.
Love this big time... maybe simplify the outer details a bit. I think just stars would work if placed well :)
Beautiful logo. I actually love the extra lines & stars. Very nice touch.
Looking sick man! I like the stars on the inside of the circle, but are they following the circle or kind of straight? Love it either way! Also, I could see some really cool sketch styling applied to the tea leaves too, mayyyybe. Grand scheme = hot!
Yeah I like this too.
This is lovely. It's a perfect design for an embossing seal (sans stars).
Stunning... love the details, the subtle touches.
Now, lets see the posters. ;)
The parenthesis-like arcs on the outside are really a nice idea.
That is so nice.
Thanks for the kind words everyone!
@Jesse: I am actually finished retouching them, and am looking for a place to print. They are a variation of these old prints.
Really nice and clean. I love the extra lines and stars, I feel like it gives it an extra pop. Great work.
Really nicely done.
almost 2 years ago
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