A logo for a friend. Who's name is Swallow, he's not in the business of giving blow jobs.
about 1 year ago
Are the text at the edges ment to be so blurry?
He can't think that name is reasonable. Did you even try to change his mind?
@James Seymour-Lock its my standard 'un-live-trace-able' filter I stick on my work. Its not ideal for displaying work, but in recent times has become necessary unfortunately.
@Fraser Davidson I think at this point you can pretty much blur the entire shot and we'll still know it Kicks Major Ass! :)
oh dear... "Swallow Services" name is so wrong xD
I don't know if there's anything subliminally negative that people could read into the downward path of the bird, but I find that to be a common critique of logos involving some sort of flight concept. Is there a way to compose it so that the bird is flying upward? I love the icon.
@Andrew Harrington I always think of the swallows in the diving pose. Perhaps its all the tattoos, but it looked less swallow like facing up.
It's looking good - The thing I most notice as perhaps needing a looking over is the wing span. Swallows typically have a more angled/ sharper wing span that are not quite so wide. Just an idea. Anyway - overall it looks good. Btw: Really love your alphabet videos!
that bird looks just awesome.
your comment will have more likes than the logo. haha.
couldn't agree more with @Mark Jooste
Agreed on the wingspan of the swallow, but you nailed it with the tail. Also, kudos on knowing that the bird to go with the name Swallow is that bird (people always think the tattoo i have is a sparrow, and I have to explain that sparrows are fat little brown birds, sigh.) I love the name, in a totally perverse way ;)
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