I made tweaks on almost each line and put some hidden symbolics into logo. I wanted to keep natural look of tiger stripes but when you look closer you can see that part of stripes can be read as RKO which is comany name.
Now working on type part.
11 months ago
Beautiful work. Just beautiful.
Another beautiful logo, Jan. I think the bottom stripes look better now than the previous version - less chunky. And with the hidden letters, it's gold baby :-)
Kudos also for being able to use the globe wire frame and look high class.
@Nikita Prokhorov thank you so much
Jan this is so great, on many many levels.
@Inka Mathew Yeah, there is always something that can be improved on this kind of logos. Its endless battle between balancing the need of logo simplicity and realism of illustration. Thanks for your kind words.
top class my friend.
If I were you I would consider to maybe stripe the tail a little bit :)
@Cris Labno thanks for suggestion Cris, of course you are right. Tiger tail is striped ... I fighted with this part many times but always failed to do it work. Stripes disrupted overal shape simplicity and grabbed too much attention. Main problem I see is that such a solution is intruding globe lines. Hmmm I will see, maybe after I get some distance I will try again.
Fantastic work @Jan Zabransky
@Muhammad Ali Effendy Ali glad to hear from you my friend. Are there tigers living in Pakistan today?
Though it goes without saying that this absolutely fantastic I personally think it would have been much cooler if the company name was just a tad more evident/ pronounced. Though I understand that these kind of things aren't as easy to accomplish, for me at least.
Again, fantastic work... What does RKO stand for if I may ask?
This is just amazing!
extremely well executed, great dynamic, depth of field and awesome lines'n curves, grrrreat work :)
btw. what is the name of the company?
@Modisana Hlomuka @Sordahl Design Studio thank you guys, RKO means nothing specific - just 3 letters company name (except that RK are initials of CEOs name).
@Marcus Tiplea ✎ @Dave Gates thanks a lot
Woow, I can almost touch it! Great!
Top notch my friend. What else I can expect from dude who lives in "Staropramen" homeland :^)
@Jovan Petrić Cheers! :)
This is quality... love it Jan!
i think this is just great, jan.
OMG this is nice nice nice! What a piece of art!!
Very clever Jan!
So nice, Jan. One of the best tiger marks I've seen. Love the hidden monogram. Not obvious, but cool when you know it's there.
Beautiful tigers logo :D
looks beautiful :)
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