Sketch/concept done in some hours for a recent client. Let me know what you think, and name it if you can. :)
12 months ago
Oh, @David! :(
No idea. BTW, this is a little too complex... for me. The GIF, I mean.
lots going on here. this is what i see: bird skeleton, tree, roots, leaves & I just noticed the hands in the negative space which now eliminates the skeleton. nice work
And to add to what @Matt Vergotis said, I also see mountains, rocks, volcanoes, narwhals, ninjas and stuff...
EDIT: Just noticed two hands o.O
i like the climax but still very rocky feeling is there. For me bird is meant to be soft & elegant. keeping the final shape with feel of leaves or feathers can be good alternative. But you are the best man to judge @Breno Bitencourt :)
Agree with @Haziq Mir ...too complex for logo, but still, nice technique.
lovely logo concept i like the whole idea except the complexities as mentioned by above players :P
I don't get the complexity problems the above players have, the design process is very complex, but the final result is indeed very beautiful, elegant and just plain awesome!
That looks super cool! Love the style. But I must admit, at first I thought the hands were a ribcage :)
I love it concept has power and nice idea!!!!!
The one before the last concept is black & has more white space. That one is perfect in my opinion. I think this could suit as a logo very well. For small sizes you'd have to remove the lines in the bird though. To keep everything visible.
Wow, cool process, interesting logo!
This is amazing!
@David Biederbeck - what's ridiculous about this?
@Siddharth Arun I think he means ridiculous in a good way. :]
@Kishan Patel I sure hope so :)
I wouldn't have seen the hands in the first place. but with the making of... even better concept :)
The process animation makes the hand noticeable. But in the logo itself I didn't notice the hands at all.
I disagree that it's too complex. Love to see some logos that are completely unorthodox and abstract.
Refreshing & innovative, Breno. Nice work.
11 months ago
Too complex? Pardon me, but I ain't giving a fuck. This is insanely great! Keep up the fantastic work Breno.
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