Alright I've read all the feedback and I'll have to agree that the penis combo is not the best choice (but I still do like it). You guys made some valid points.
Here are two more variants that go back to the idea of discussion and dialogue. The top P is also supposed to allude to a question mark, suggesting information and education.
about 1 year ago
Your development throughout this project has been amazing! I love the concepts. Keep killing it!
It's ok man, it happens to the best of us. You've given it your best shot but this is a hard one to nail. You want my advice? Take it slow and let it come naturally. Better late than never.
I agree with @Nikita Lebedev bring back the elephants, I thought that was so very clever.
Hang in there Ricky! Ha here I like the bottom one.
I think the problem with the elephants was that the western eye naturally scans left to right, hence the comments about it looking like animals having sex.
I think the less discussion about this logo the better. I like how you are going back to simple. As a designer we all love to come up with this great way to creatively communicate the brand... but sometimes we do need to put the company first, because the discussion will turn on them once brand is set up.
Just my thoughts, whether anyone agrees is a different story ha!
Love your work btw :)
Bottom one, and yes, elephants please!
by Ricky Linn
Thanks to everyone who's been keeping up with this project and giving me feedback!
Going back and polishing the elephants. I wanted the white ear marks to be an allusion to speech bubble marks, but I realize it's a bit of a stretch.
I added in the lines on their trunks to really emphasize they're elephants and not whales...
Feedback, thoughts, and crits are encouraged as always.
about 1 year ago
reminds me of my old college's logo http://www.purchase.edu/
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