Update: Concept and all graphic interpretations of Fibonacci elephant logo concept that can be found on internet including Dribbble are not for sale and they are legal property of my client.
almost 2 years ago
Man you're carzy talented! 'nuff said
I really love the other version, but I agree that this does reference landscapers and architects much more strongly. It also feels very versatile and seems like you could really apply the concept to lots of applications in different ways. Really impressive work with this project!
Master Piece Jan, it explains everything.
Thanks Claire, this is great project and client. As result arises very inspiring concept, big fun working on it :)
Your face, I like that shit.
Seriously though, love this.
Jan Jan he's our man, if he can't do it Fibonacci can.
@Albert :-) thanks buddy
@Joe, Joe's creativity I ENJOY
Very awesome! great job bringing it to life!
Brilliant! I really feel the "zoo/aquarium" vibe :)
I really like the other logo but this one is astounding! Great job!
Great stuff, Jan, really smart thinking.
Thank you buddies, glad you like it, I see just imperfections that can be improved :)
thank you Peter
You had me at Fibonacci :)
Any chance of getting this in a large wallpaper size? :)
^ Any chance of being as good as you at this whole designing thing?
^if only I actually knew what I was doing...haha! :P
I think Claire makes an excellent point, it's simplicity gives it a versatility from which you can build a brand. The other piece while extremely creative in its execution follows quite a traditional mark and type direction with a level of detail that makes it fairly rigid.
Sorry I didn't 'like' sooner, I spent a bit of time contemplating this one.
@Richard - exactly as you say
This is so freaking cool.
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