@Stelian Vasile , @Inka Mathew , @Jason Barry , @Jerron Ames , @Nader Boraie , @David Sizemore , @Type and Signs , @Jon Campos , @Andrew Colin Beck , @Sascha M. Trinkaus , @Alen Type08 Pavlovic , @danielthall , @Jon Burton , @Taylor Goad , @Matija B. , @Yossi Belkin , @Nikita Lebedev , @Jared Granger , @Florin Capota , @Octavian Meleandra , @Jeff Jenkins , @Coen van Hasselt ◕‿◕ , @Rachel Blace Cannon and @Andrea Cau Thanks so much to all of you for the feedback and comments. And sorry for the delay in my response. Been busy on another project. I can't really go into the client at large right now, but it is for a film production company that deals in more than just the production. It also handles the financial side of the investors. I agree that that both A and B have, to me at least the most potential. "A" to me hits home the best because of financial side of things, along with the creative end. "B" does address the artistic, and creative side, but not sure if it addresses the financial as well.
The client is not quit on board yet. Still working on that end. I wish I could say more at this time, but can't really.
But thanks for the comments. I may have to send the client over to read some. I believe that would help.
over 1 year ago
by Mike Bruner
Okay, now the client wanted something playing up the "W" in their name, while still graphically bringing in a camera icon also. So here's a thought.
Man, tough client, but a challenge.
over 1 year ago
"b" is awesome!!! :-)) @Mike Bruner
@Tobia Crivellari ™ thanks for the comment. The client walked on this project. kinda pissed me off a bit, but happens. still sucks though. cheers.
Was this for a film festival in China? If so what happened? Just got contacted to concept for a very similar brief...
about 1 year ago
@Andrew Rose , Oh man I'm sorry, I just saw this for some reason.
It was for a film production company out of Japan, but they went with another design.
So I am hanging on to these just in case I need them later. Love to see what you did for the China festival.
sorry again for the delayed response.
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