There's a couple of similar compounds but don't think it's been done quite like this before. The lightning forms the central vascular tissue of the leaf. Perhaps @Jens Windolf this is something of interest? Seems more of a natural union of the two forms.
While I created this idea independently and consider it the obvious next logical step for Jen's project - http://drbl.in/fdyA - this has been done before - http://goo.gl/6Cfon
10 months ago
Genius! Didn't thought of that!
Of course that's not a problem! I wouldn't have drawn it if I hadn't seen what you were posting. Like you said I was faster, unfortunately sometimes that's all it takes for someone to take ownership of an idea. I often keep concepts off Dribbble until I feel I've fully explored it and reached what I think is the most natural conclusion and then see what people think. Obviously it would be nice to be acknowledged for my small contribution.
@Rich Baird @Jens Windolf Sell both idea to diffrent clients, or to one client and spent money together. Aslo leave in both portfolio,
Hi @M▲TTHEWC▲RLETON I'm not really sure what you mean. This wasn't meant for anyone else but Jens. If you were to appropriate this idea for your project I'd consider it plagiarism.
No worries, glad it inspired you.
Awesome piece of diamond :)
Solid execution Rich.
Very smart solution Richard.
Simple and beautiful! Job well done sir.
Good stuff. Doesn't feel forced and it looks very attractive.
I like this. I tried something similar awhile ago: http://dribbble.com/shots/32076-Green-Energy
Great combination of two totally different elements. Definitely, a heavy dose of inspiration. It wouldn't surprise me featured as one of the best logos of the year, seriously. Again, congrats to @Rich Baird & @Jens Windolf for the concept.
looks perfect to me :)
I second Sean Farrell!
I do not know whether it's coincidence, but I've seen this before:
Chile´s need some!
Good color choice, quite soothing! :)
win. total win.
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