Recently did a little design gig for Adidas Football and this little guy was part of one of the suggested concepts, that didn't get put to use.
Figured Dribbble could be a good home for him.
about 1 year ago
I like the guy-inside-circles motif. Something is a little off about the way the shield and the wreath interact though.
How's it going, Emir? Love this.
I love it!
@Joseph - Thanks man. Yes, you're right, I never did any final touch-ups to it since it was part of a scrapped concept, so it does feel like they don't completely match.
@Sean - All good, man! How's things with you? And thanks!
@Andrey & @Simon - Muchas gracias señores!
would love to see it on my "original's" apparel :)
Always a good home for unused designs! Like @Joseph said, the figure inside the circles works really nicely, the line weight balance is perfect. Because it doesn't seem like I've commented on your colours enough lately, I'll add that I really like the palette here too.. ;)
I want it in my sneakers!!!! :)
@Julius & @Helder - You can bootleg it behind my back! ;) Thanks guys.
@Claire - Thank you, my friend. Way to kind. This is actually the sort of palette and heavy textures I've moved away from a bit in the last year, but it was fun revisiting this style with a evolved feel, so I'm really glad you liked that!
looks international and vintage all at the same time :)
It's true that your colour palettes recently are quite different - I very much prefer the lighter/more subtle textures you've got now too, but still love these cream, beige sort of tones.
love love love!
@Gregory & @Aïcha - Cheers!
@Claire - Yes, it was part of the brief, to have a transition. A from-then-til-now sort of theme for it and this fit the early ages quite well with the beige tones.
@TJ Rippelmeyer - Thanks!
nice retro style.
@Robert - Cheers!
Missed this one, which is awesome buddy.
old skool. so classy!
@Gert & @Garrett - Thanks guys!
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