Another concept with coconut in lead role.
about 1 year ago
Wow, stunning concept Jan!
Yes, imo here the coconut and coffee is noticable the best and it looks better than before, but I'm not sure about the handle of cup:)
Nice one! Maybe the handle could use a bit more weight. Looks a tad fragile compared to the thickness of the bowl.
@Filip Pietroń @Julian Hrankov thanks for suggestion buddies!!! I will take it on mind when this concept will be selected for further evolution by client.
I see bigger problem how it will work on darker backgrounds in one color because that typical white coconut ring makes whole concept. But I will care about that after clients response. Will see.
@Jan Zabransky I like the concept! Great work
by Adam Kiss
Just a test of Jan's Coco Cafe logo on dark background – it's basically a little play with half of concept reversed and half in original colors + slight gradient to differentiate what could be the bowl from background.
about 1 year ago
Even better! I want to eat and drink it at the same time :)
Better! Maybe you could try to simplify cups ear a little bit :)
I LOVE this! The cup is so clean & inviting. But speaking of simplifying, could it work without the handle? Could be a play on half a coconut or even just one of those lovely little demitasses without handles.
This is absolutely fresh and exciting.
Yeah, i like that
Cool work Jan!
Nice play Jan. Obviously we're talking about something conceptually different here...but just a heads up > the client I designed THIS for is planning on launching with a very similar finalized version later this year.
Again, totally different concept. Just a look out RE execution.
I think the concept is great, I just wonder if there is a simple way to hint at the texture of a coconut. Maybe hair on the shell or texture in the white?
Nice cupa coco Jan!
@Melissa Brunet Hi Melissa, I like your point - from visual side of think clean half sliced coconut filled with brown coffee looks best, without anything - that solution is clean as zen - the shape is perfect. From marketing communication there is cup holder crucial because in everyday hurry it will helps people quickly recognize object (and idea behind logo) - unfortunately not all of us are running on meditative frequencies - allowing to see beauty of Simple :) ... and there is one another point of view, I cant touch @Michael Spitz genius COCO logo originality and uniqueness with any move that will make look of mine version visually closer to his - and losing the cup holder would be that move.
@Michael Spitz ... first of all Happy Birthday my friend. Michael I don't need to hide that your COCO logo was inspiration in part of execution in this. I want to clear out that if this concept will be selected by client I will make steps to execute it different - modifying of coconut shape construction geometry, shading, maybe adding plate under the cup and there are some another visual ideas ...
I would fall through shame if I will bring final version with similarities related to work of other designer that could be interpreted as plagiarism.
I will keep in touch with you and I will inform you when client will decide to go with this concept. BTW cilent requested wordmark with attention to glamour style - something quite different - so we will see where it will goes :) Anyways, I have to say that there is gap between your concept in use of coconut as coffee cup. I think on conceptual level there is not conflict.
Thanks for leaving a word Michael - I always appreciate it and enjoy your B-Day today.
@Matt Walker hmm that is great idea Matt, I will execute it that way if proposal will be accepted. Thanks
thanks all for likes and support
Yummyyy! Side note buddy, did you try to position text in two rows maybe? Vertical lockup might put even more emphasis on the mark.
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