A brand design study for the upcoming Fifa World Cup here in Brazil.
over 1 year ago
If i could - i think it's a great start, but I want to see the three colors/swooshes have a stronger relationship to each other - they're also very similar to each other in size, maybe make them equal or have one of them stand out strongly?
What is the typeface you're using for the wordmark? I don't recognize it!
I agree with Jennifer, there is no strong point in your work.
Que maravilha, mais um Brasileiro dando as caras pelo dribbble! Parabéns @Neto Tedesco ótimo primeiro arremesso! Bem vindo ao jogo, abraço!
Great work! welcome to dribbble.
Interesting debut, Neto! Welcome to the dribbble community :)
Nice shot Neto. Welcome.
I agree @Jennifer Cook and @NamLy. The gap between the 3 elements can be the problem, and could be reduced. With that, maybe the feeling of relationship get more evident. Could use a little more hierarchy in them too, as Jennifer had sugested.
the "FIFA WORLD CUP" is a official wordmark used on the World Cup logos. Unfortunatly, I received it in curves and I don`t know the name.
The "BRASIL 2014" is a DIN bold and regular.
I really apreciated the feedback! Thanks!
Obrigado @Marcelo Sazo! =)
Thanks @Virgil Pana!
Thank you @Dalius Stuoka !
Valeu @Sandro França! Abraço!
Thanks @Marian Pop!
I don't know, I love the simplicity of it. You know what it is exactly by looking at it and it has huge potential with being animated as well for all video advert promo etc.
Maybe because all the previous official ones have been so cluttered. Either way I love it! Well done @Neto Tedesco
This is looking really nice, welcome to Dribbble!
Thanks a lot @Shannon Hatch! I'm glad that you like it!
Thanks @Dan Edwards! =)
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