So here's the 3rd option for the Tracklab logo.
Thanks so much guys for all the appreciation of the last concept.
I just wanted to make another exploration and work on simplifying it a bit.
Was some extra white space in the last one that, to me at least, left a bit of a off-throwing gap in the logo.
So I took in all the feedback and re-worked it in to this one.
The client has read through your comments on the last one and he will surely do the same on this one, so all honest feedback is more than welcome! :)
Again, thanks guys. You are awesome.
over 1 year ago
Damn, Emir! looks awesome!
Dig it, but kinda missing that little dude ;)
Have you tried running him in the left reel?
diggin' this one too, Emir! The loudspeaker is much more visible and you managed to simplify stuff keeping everything necessary. Good work!
ps: just realized I feel hungry looking at the orange slice ;)
@Mauricio @Nick & @James - Thanks homies. Too kind!
@MSpitz - Cheers buddy. Yeah, I know. I miss him too! Tried to do exactly that and many other positions, but whatever I tried, it still looked like too much.
I even tried to swap in a mouse, but that just looked weird. I might try to somehow incorporate the lab feel in a different way. But it's hard to do without crowding it.
I'll see what I can do tho, because I agree. Feels like the little feller is missing, indeed.
@Alex - Thanks man! Very appreciative for your comment on the last one. I took that in consideration for this one and it seems like it worked ;)
And lol at the "Orange slice". Starving too. Girlfriend bringing dinner, 5 minutes away...
this is awesome Emir! I think, given the nature of the busienss, this one, has more balance in the message.
I hear ya.
Quick & dirty mockup > LINK
Still a fan of that initial color scheme, and I assume you tried something similar. Doesn't seem totally over the top..? Might just be me ;)
This one is perfect. Really beautiful execution. I can see what Michael is saying about the little runner but it definitely looks a lot less cluttered without him.
Both this and the last colour scheme are GORGEOUS. Nice one Emir!
This is sick emir. Exactly what I said about the reels popping out. Imiss the little runner. He added some quirky and cool feel to it.
Excellent, I'm big fan of this one too (not to mention the colour scheme, which is of course stunning). I agree about missing the little runner - I like Michael's suggestion a lot, but there is something about the shapes in that "orange slice" that works so well, in a really simple, solid way. Tiny, nit-picking detail but if you go with this one, I'd suggest moving 'Tracklab' over very slightly to the right ;)
i kind of see a drunken robot face.
Definately prefer this over the previous one fellow.
@fabio - Thanks man! Glad to hear that. That's what I wanted to convey in this simpler presentation.
@MSpitz - Cheers for the dirtster ;) Yeah, I tried that version too hehe. Placed him all over the shop, but I liked the clearer message with the old projector wheel.
It's a dilemma tho. The concept with using the wheels was to also portray a hamster wheel for the lab-part of it, so that turned in to this. Just the way process works I guess :)
But I had another idea for the lab-element and that would be to maybe have a pipe/exhaust pipe coming out the right end to balance out the lens on the other side. But I was afraid that also might have cluttered it. Might be worth a shot tho!
Oh and about the color scheme. That's just for the presentation I picked for Dribbble. Think I made about 15 different color variants. Client get to pick the ones he likes when it all gets finalized.
@Daniel & @kirk - Thanks guys for the constant feedback you give me! Truly appreciate it.
@Claire - Thanks darling! You know, when I posted this shot I was like "dang it! I forgot to fix that bloody kerning!" and I had written that down too. dunno how I missed it... but it's fixed now and yeah, it also needs to be nudged over to the right a bit :)
@sassy - Yes! Thank you. I saw it too. It reminded me of some robot face from Futurama...
@Gert - Cheers, buddy! Wanted to run it by you before I posted it, but was just stressing too much today!
That exhaust pipe idea definitely seems like it would be worth a quick shot - I really like the idea of balancing out the lens and adding a bit of symmetry. (You're right about it maybe being too much though.)
Hot did I not see this sexy piece of awesome work! GOOD JOB MAN!
@Claire - Yes, indeed. My worry is that I will break the simplified concept with the pipe, haha. But we'll see what I can come up with :)
@Nick - Thanks buddy! And get on Skype sometime!
Looks very good Emir. I think a mash of this and the last version would be good. Include the little running man in the right wheel or something?
This great ( still prefer the previous one ) but they're both awesome!
@Jose & @Ryan - Cheers guys!
@Mattias - Many thanks man. That seems to be what many think, hehe. But the client brought up a very important issue today and that's the fact that in this shape and form, the logo gives the impression that this studio mainly works with film.
So that's the problem. Maybe switching out the projector wheel with the runner might balance it more.
by Emir Ayouni
The 4th exploration for Tracklab.
Concept: Studio that works mainly with Music Production. But also Photography and Film.
Does this logo get the message across? Let me know what you think :) Honest feedback is highly appreciated.
Last concept was a bit too heavy on "Film" and didn't get the main point across.
Thanks Dribbble dudes for the comments and feeback on the previous versions, you're a priceless asset.
over 1 year ago
@Alexandre - Thanks man!
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