Further robotic logo exploration for ONST Creative.
A bit more simplified. Sticking to the type choices, since I thought they worked well.
Feels like it could use something. But don't want to clutter it too much.
Suggestions are welcome.
over 1 year ago
Ummmmmm awesome! That is all I have to say!
nice, emir. you have a very distinctive style.
The type works already good as stand-alone..
And the robot is AWESOME too!
This is what I meant about the "O" in the last iteration: http://d.pr/1fnE
My favorite one yet, Emir! Great job my friend!!
Damn @Emir you're killing it! This is perfect.
disclaimer: opinions on the internet, etc.
i think the lighting on the bot should be more consistent with the lighting on the type.
Everyone loves a good robot :)
Simply wow. It has a great retro Metropolis feel to it. Incredibly great Emir!
@Nick Slater @Colin Tierney @Maarten Dijk @Mauricio Cremer @Dave Behm @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Evan Huwa @Brian Plemons @fabio perez @Adam Grason @Nick Merritt & @Shane Helm - Overwhelmed every time by your comments guys. Thank you.
@Ryan Harrison - Oh, yes, the shadowing. Thanks for reminding me, dude! It's added to the notes for fine tuning ;)
@Justin Maxwell - Cheers man. Good point. I'll go over the shading too.
Agree with @Nick Slater !
Fantastic as usual Emir! Personally, the darkness of the robot is a tad bit overwhelming - this is me just thinking about it on say a blank white background. But the elements that form the bot are great, and the typography is just outstanding to me!
Dude. So. Insane.
@Pavlov Visuals @Richard Lowery Jr. @Davide Giliati @Will Darbyshire @Rudy Hurtado Global Branding - Thanks a bunch guys!
@Patrick Branigan - Hey Patrick, buddy! Cheers for the feedback! Good points! Might need some thicker/heavier shading to brighten it up overall.
These are great, they feel like they belong on packaging for tin robot toys.
Less is more, like it a lot. Good stuff!
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