Hey guys, I'm working on a logo for Mac & iOS development company.
It is still at the very beginning of the process, so any feed back at all is really appreciated.
*Larger photo attached.
about 1 year ago
These are looking good, I think the bottom one is working the best in my opinion.
Many thanks to @Sergey Shapiro for sharing his knowledge and this tombow pen! ;P
I really like the one in the top, on the left side. The font is like more "rich" in details for me.
bottom here! ; nice work on them, top left has that P stem that could get confuse to an R leg
I like the top left. Going to have to look into getting a tombow pen… cool stuff.
Top left is too loopy and over done. Top right has potential. But bottom is standing out best. Just watch the "cor" bit.
to me the bottom one is some kind of „touch-swipe-dynamic“ ... which is typical for iOS ... nice work in each case but the bottom one is the one i'd go for
Lovely sketches, @Eddie Lobanovskiy!
All of them are great, but that first one is sexy as hell.
I agree with @João Luiz, That cap "P" in the top left is freakin sweet. Great process too, I like seeing your salmon colored marker underneath.
I like them all, but the bottom left one has a really good flow/action line
waiting for it to be digitalised!
Any and all of them work for me!
These are awesome.
Although it reminds me a tad bit of the Pepsi logo, I really like the 'Popcorn' on the top left a lot more except maybe the letter 'r'. As for the 'Push', I like the idea of the push button from the right one. Perhaps having the in the same position with the topleft one instead of placing to the right. I would have probably read the guy on the right as 'Popcorn Push'.
I enjoy your work overall :)
All solid options. I'm particularly drawn to the top two. Great job, bud!
@Jordan Mahaffey @Florin Capota @Dan (Hypagraphic) @Ronny Hummitzsch @Eric van den Boom thanks so much guys, bottom one is winning so far, I'll do a detail drawing of it with corrected some of the things you guys mentioned.
@Estuardo Rodríguez Heer @Anthony Lagoon @João Luiz Wittkowski @Adam Trageser I appreciate that guys, I might have to redraw this one too, there're few things that need to be looked at some of you mentioned, I'll be sure to post the results :)
@Jan Cantor I do see what you're talking about, I'll try going easier on that "r" and combining it with button push idea, that might do the trick... thank you for your comment.
@Simon Ålander thank you sir!
I really like this. Bottom is my favourite; the top two feel too much like a cola identity as others have said. I'd consider integrating the "push" from top right into the bottom, centered above "Popcorn" where the "p" and "c" meet. I don't mind the swoosh underneath "Popcorn" but I don't think it adds much value either. Maybe it balances out the weight and ties it all together. Otherwise I'd simplify and remove it. No advice on the "r"... damn that's a tricky one.
bottom one for me, too, although I really like the shadow lines on the top left one!
on a side note: how do you like the tombow pens? is a full set worth the investment?
very, very nice... Top left is my favorite. Everything tucks in just right!
Thank you guys very much, client chose the bottom one :)
@Damien du Toit thank you for your input mate... I am definitely going to give it a shot bottom logo with push button, and yeah I feel like swoosh is helping with balance because "P" is so much heavier looking than the last couple letters. I think "r" will look a lot better once I get detailed sketch out. Thank you once again!
@Birgit Zimmermann thank you buddy, even though client chose bottom one I think I'll still play around with the tope left one... as far as tombow pens go, I think they're well worth the investment, very fun to write with. :)
@Eric Millington Thanx man, as I mentioned... i'think I'll still play with it even though client went for bottom one, as majority voted.
by Eddie Lobanovskiy
bottom version was chosen...
i drew it again with more details, vector will fix all the rest of the little things ;)
about 1 year ago
Nice, really liking this!
I really dig you style, the idea of using a transparent color tombow brush to get the gesture stroke down and then using a liner define the lines is very clever, something that i will try for myself.
11 months ago
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