It combines two Romanian symbols: the Dacian Draco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dacian_Draco) and the Coat of Arms of Romania eagle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Romania).
The reason for using those is that the US Bylaws requires the organizations have old national symbols or elements, the flag, the place it was founded and the year.
The whole thing took two nights to polish it. But it got scrapped ):
over 2 years ago
Really nice typography comrade! Good simplicity in the symbols too. I'm just not sure about both of tails.
Thanks, yo! Especially coming from you. Yeah, the tails need work but I gave that as a proposal to the client and when he scrapped it I put it on the shelf with the rest of them.
i love it...
about 2 years ago
that eagle is great!
almost 2 years ago
Thank you so much, Eileen! You have no idea how tedious it was to make it and still be recognizable as a national symbol.
Also, thank you kikillo! Appreciate it, man. Sending an ounce of love back.
Arata foarte bine, imi place fontul la nebunie.
Thank you so much, @Rus Adrian Ewald! It's custom made. Kerning needs work but old romanian sculptors don't really care.
over 1 year ago
Great work man, love the work / eagle representation.
7 months ago
Thanks, @Jose Luquin, I see you're into Romanian folklore too, with your vampire illustration. Dig it.
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