Polishing up the last few details of the new logo for Wolfs Little Store.
One of the challenges was to use as few lines as possible while still evoke some emotion and character into this mark.
about 1 year ago
Beautiful. I do see a little dragon in the negative space. Hope that was intentional and I'm not crushing your mark!
man! you are 20 years ahead :)
@Gert van Duinen Great mark! I like your style a lot!
@Jim For some reason I always end up seeing at least something in the negative space anywhere as well. Perhaps one of those annoying things being too creative :)
I love the subtle break from the circle at the top. So much energy in this!
@bas @Aleksandar @Mike Thanks a lot & cheers!
Fantastic lines and detail as usual. Great work!
This is just gorgeous!
Love the wolf! A bit less agressive, but great!
Oh wow, this is really nice!
Awesome stuff, Gert van Designen! :)
Strong as rock. Fantastic black-white balance.
So nice, man! Both the negative and positive space is beautiful. That's what it's all about!
Thanks @Kevin! Frankly, I was aiming at that balance ;)
Strong + predacious, great looking brandmark, Gert.
Great!!! I both the DrawScribe start some designs as well but they are not at this lavel :)
Awesome logo!. Well done Gert.
@Jordan At this moment plug-ins like DrawScribe aren't compatible with Illustrator CS6 yet. But I wouldn't use it on a logo design project like this anyway. Thanks!
You sure know how to create emotion in some of your logo designs @Gert van Duinen! This one is very nice! Keep it up!
Wow I like how you simplified this one, great job gert; that's one lucky client
@Kyle @Jamal Thank you! The client was already satisfied with one of the first iterations, but I pushed it a little bit further and I think he likes it even more now :D
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