Made this for Einhorn, a language-independent shared socket manager that Stripe open sourced today. (https://stripe.com/blog/meet-einhorn)
Einhorn is german for unicorn, unicorn likes rainbows, and it's a ruby gem, so it's a... rainbow gem? Far fetched, but it was great fun to make. :)
Drew inspiration from by the Playbox icon from @Edokoa, which is great: http://dribbble.com/shots/200814-Playbox
(Also, we are hiring more designers at Stripe! Check out https://stripe.com/jobs#designer and if you're interested, send me an email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!)
about 1 year ago
Hey @Ludwig Pettersson, weird as it is, even if you have more than 1000 followers people aren't getting to social here. You've made an awesome work and I like it, works good with a big range of sizes due to its simplicity and good wrapping.
The @Edokoe influence is still present but still keep the unique concrete feel.
By the way who designed the Stirpe blog? I'm totally in love with it!
really love your work. And it's nice to have a small explanation.
Really nice work Ludwig.
Awesome work! But Gems are glossy.
My Cheap Edit : http://cl.ly/221y3j2w3Z09160r3j1g
Honestly, I love it. I like that it's not too glossy (@Pranav Pramod). The simplicity of form and color is what matters. Killed it.
by Jack Bach ⟁
I really love the icon Ludwig Pettersson made for Einhorn, so I wanted to try my own implementation. I made it for practice purposes.
See the process here.
Download the free PSD here!
Feedback really appreciated :D
about 1 year ago
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