It's about to get colorful in here gents. @matt yow and I are working on a new branding project. More to come.
Created with the Focus Lab team
about 1 year ago
Did something nearly same some time ago :) nice work!
Check it :)
Have always loved this style, good one :-)
Dammit @Charlie stop making cool stuff before me! haha great minds I guess. Did you use it for anything real? Good news is this is only round one so it will undoubtedly morph some.
I never get bored of this style :)
If only the word kaleidoscope was spelled with a 'C'. This would be perfect.
@Bill S Kenney I did it for https://twitter.com/colorflowpost, they have a t shirts and caps with it, also whole brand with it :) but still not using as I see :) but it's done for them, so I guess they will use it soon.
here is it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nx1hoqsxrm76jdy/twitter-01.png they still not change it there :P
@Charlie def good to know, thanks!
Great stuff, @Bill S Kenney and @Charlie / TheIssland
Love (what I call) the "fractal" pattern. I've used it on projects and it always turns out looking so good. Nice stuff! Looking forward to seeing the rest.
dude bro your stuff is legit :)
Thanks for the love. We are excited to see how it evolves and becomes a complete solution.
Awesome stuff! I love the colors
@Bill S Kenney : Makes me think of this: http://sicblug.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/logo-caq.jpg
You might want to explore other options.
@Kevin yeah I guess I wasn't the first person to think of a multi colored C. It is merely a concept at this point so it will be changing regardless. Thanks.
Reminds me of this logo.
nicely done! :)
This is lovely. How do you go about creating a pattern like that?
I'm curious: when you create a multi-colored logo like this, how would you show it in a single color treatment (no gradients; 100% black or paper)? What about if you need to use it at 1/4" tall?
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