Logo for Sushi Prince
over 1 year ago
I like the concept but the mark needs work. Maybe try making it more three-dimensional?
Reflexive logo design doesn't need «3D shiny icon effect». It clearly makes references to traditionnal origami, from japanese culture, with color and straightness/rigidity reminiscent of this country, where traditionnal fish cooking & «savoir faire» is well known.
Logo is insane @Romain. Pretty cool concept. Welcome here!
welcome to the game :)
@Jeremy Lefebvre I wasn't suggesting a "shiny icon", rather something more like this.
3D is more than just iPhone icons.
@Kristen Grote That's exactly what I was talking about. What is the purpose of this origami bird ? This is called design for entertainment... This is clearly not the goal of this restaurant's logo. This is the reason why I think this is a great logo as it is.
The big big part of icons/logos you'll see on dribbble are like beautiful illustrations, they don't answer client's issue.
@Jeremy Lefebvre First, how do you know what the client for this or any other logo on this site wants? Second, the beautiful illustrated logos on Dribbble get noticed, which is the whole point of a logo. Consumers don't give a damn if your logo "keeps it real", they want a reason to choose that sushi restaurant over the other fifty in that neighborhood.
Love the style, simple and clean
@Kristen Grote Most of the icons you'll see here are done for pleasure, they are not part of real projects. And yes, they get noticed, because they are beautiful, I completely agree with you. The first people here were «icon designer», they inspired a lot of people here and now it's the main style of dribbble because people wanted to create by themselves what they liked (and this is the weakest point of dribbble). So I was telling you that being a beautiful logo isn't the whole point at all... Greatest logo keep it simple, they are clever anf highly recognizable, they don't need to be illustrative excepted if it's an important point of the brief. A logo must transmit the valors of the cie not be the eye-catchiest in the market... As we look at famous logos, we can observe that they do not have too many details and are really simple in appearance. But despite that simplicity, there is still a different impact to the audience. It is said that simpler logos are easily recognized and memorable. It is even more versatile if we speak of usage. So, do away with logos that have too much detail for it won’t be easy to use them. The details won’t be so clear when used in a smaller scale. Take a look at the logo of Nike. It is simple yet it became famous worldwide- and not just the logo but the product, too.
@Jeremy Lefebvre I think you're taking a simple suggestion and turning it into a personal vendetta about the state of logo design. I think this logo looks unintentionally flat and, if @Romain Bourdieux will forgive the lack of a better word, primitive. Maybe that's exactly what the client wants, I have no idea. But it's on Dribbble because he wants opinions from other designers, so I gave him mine. It may not mesh with yours and that's fine. But don't attack my opinion as invalid just because you're pissed at the Dribbble community. That's all I'm gonna say about it.
@Kristen Grote I love the dribbble community, and I was just telling you why I think this logo is great as it is. I'm just showing you facts that make sens in logo design. I'm sorry that you take it that way.
Maybe it can be more clean if delete the dark shadow. personal opinion.
4 months ago
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