over 1 year ago
Here is another version of this logo:
Let me know which one you like better.
Nice work. I've enjoyed following your process on this mark.
even bettet version
Great work. I am a little partial to the alternate version that is on the bottom of the Behance page. I like the way the top of the shield and banner have similar curves and it just flows better for me. Thanks for sharing the process with us.
@Alexander Kutuzov ,@Mike Scriber ,@Communication Agency - I'm glad you like it, thank you!
@Derek Edgar - Thank you for taking the time to look at alternate version, I appreciate it. I like that other version for the same reasons, but I like this one slightly better because shield and ribbon are separated, it's clearer what is what. In other version it all looks connected and I cannot quite decide if I like it or not :)
If you can cobime shild with type maybe can be more stronger.
@Communication Agency - I tried that but didn't like it since it makes it look more like logo for some sport-team. It doesn't need to be stronger, but royal, and I think ribbon gives a bit of that.
imperial horses type try to put down. So horse can be more royal and spot in first place. Only suggestion.
Strong! Great colour palette also Luka.
@Communication Agency - Sorry for late reply, I tried that but didn't like it. This Logo is aprooved and client is very happy with it :)
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas!
@Rich Scott - Colors are not my strongest points, so thank you very much for your kind words, it means a lot!
One of these logos will be featured in a future showcase of symmetrical logos! Love the symmetry on this one, @Luka Balic !
about 1 year ago
Thank you @Felix Diaconu ! I'm glad you like it. Could you please explain where exactly will it be featured? Thanks!
I will give you a link, as soon as I am able to! Most likely on Fuelyourcreativity.com
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