Working on some space theme icons that will be letterpressed on some thick nice stock soon for some business cards.
over 1 year ago
Really nice on some way ;)
Love the icons: really expressive and great legibility at a small size! But...I'd be careful with the one on the left. Looks too much like Twitter, and unless this is for Twitter or one of their affiliates, someone may have an issue with that. ;)
TWEETS FROM SPAACE!
You're actually not allowed to use the official twitter logo in your work. Do love the space bird though!
Can't wait to see them pressed amigo.
GREAT! icons @Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase
Lovin the Twitter astronaut.
dig that phone!
Ohhh these are fun!
wow, its relly great mate!
You just can´t go wrong, can ya? :)
Some of the comments prompted me to read Twitter's new brand guidelines... holy hell are they specific. "Do Use our official, unmodified Twitter bird to represent our brand... Allow for at least 150% buffer space around the bird...Don't change the color of the bird... Don't use speech bubbles or words around the bird... Don't manipulate the Twitter bird..."
What's the fun in that?!
Anyway, these are amazing! Love the mail one.
Great set bud.
Awesome, I love these!
Haha these are great Emir, love the bird :) Cheers!
Super cool, man.
These are fantastic.
love everything about this set!
@lucas marinm @Nikita Prokhorov @Andrew Miller @Guido Bouman @Gert van Duinen @Herson Rodriguez @fabio perez @ONST Creative @Dave Mott @Huemor Designs @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Helder Oliveira @Devon Henderson @Michael Spitz @Martine Hage @Patrick Branigan & @Monte Mitchell - Thanks so much for all the nice comments and the heads up on the Twitter brand guidelines. As I understand it, even changing the color, is just as much a violation to the guidelines as modifying it. This is nothing unique for Twitter, even tho they've tightened them up for sure, with the new logo. But regardless, I will definitely bring it up with the client.
@Gavin Thompson & @Kyle Anthony Miller - Thanks guys!
killer set Emir
Dat twitter bird :D
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