After some some discussions, David Leggett tried to convince the team that our updated version was the way to go. So we decided to polish-up and combine our versions that would be more in line with our vision and client's initial preference. Check out the finalized version which we think works perfectly and feels more powerful and fierce than the previous one on the left hand side shown large.
It's been a great and fun experience working with David.
over 1 year ago
Nice work man.
I was following your progress on this logo concept and should say the result is literally mind-blowing. Congratulations!
Nailed it. Exactly what we were after!
I think you've captured the sleekness of the right design from your previous shot. Sometimes compromise can be a good thing!
Man, this is great stuff!
Yep, this one is perfect! More sleek looking...
I think that's a happy (er, mean) combo right there, Gert. Great job in pleasing both sides :-)
Thank you all (@Julia) for following our progress. It's been an awesome journey working on the new brand mark for Python Safety, and so much fun working with the talented @David Leggett : you're welcome, my pleasure man!
@Jejune Thanks, glad you noticed the compromise, which I believe is one of the best things of our job.
@Vadim @Rich Thank you guys, cheers!
@Inka haha, the more vicious and aggressive this logo evokes, the more happy the client will be ;)
It's a real treat to see the entire creative process. This is something you should use as a case study!
@Oleg Not a bad idea... worth to consider, tnx!
The best of the two worlds. Great job!
It wasn't my prefer but it was great. Thanks for sharing the study.
I can imagine this python on the chrome car bumper!
@Jovan Oh yeah! I think I might have one of these! www.chromeemblems.com
Beautiful, elegant & fierce!
It's those subtle changes that make such a huge difference. Fantastic job!
this is so ssssssssleek. Nice Gert.
this one is awesome :)
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