I`m familiar with creative barcode designs and Japanese D-Barcode firm, but i wasn`t looking there for an inspiration. I just checked it out after this idea came to me out of nowhere. Ok, maybe not nowhere, maybe after couple of hrs of brainstorming. So, i`m wondering, have you, guys, seen similar stuff out there? If not, i`m pretty sure this is the final design for an online shop that connects shop-keepers and buyers.
over 1 year ago
It works, man, and I've personally never seen anything similar.
Concept reminded me of Roy's FPE http://logopond.com/logos/0df89408a6912f4a95aadc611b05c5c7.png
Both are amazing concepts and I just hope that no one came up with something like yours before, good stuff Srki!
Isolated the barcode and open door are saturated visuals but in my opinion they remain largely communicative, so compounded should hopefully give you the necessary originality.
I do however prefer the perspective used in the FPE identity design, I wouldn't be concerned if you adopted this as well, they communicate completely different ideas.
I agree with Mr Baird re the perspective in the opening door.
like this :)
Constructive and to the point. Thanks, guys. I`ve created two more versions, but i still prefer this one uploaded here, i think. I love FPE, but in this case 4 lines on the left and doors form something that looks like a speaker and grabs attention way too much, imo. Thoughts? Thanks. http://screencast.com/t/SNGeeHrx67Xw
Really like the middle one, sorry!
Love this and definitely haven't seen anything like it before.
As far as what you just linked goes I'd prefer the first two over the third.
Clever as usual @Srdjan Kirtic
Appreciate your comments, ppl.
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