Logo exploration for Thanks.
More info coming in 2013.
Note: The Penrose Triangle/Tribar has been around for about 80 years. So yes, I am aware that it's been used before.
about 1 year ago
This is so good Emir. Love the process and well, everything!
Ummmm Awesome. Thanks for posting the process too. Really great mark.
Did you see I create exactly symbol http://dribbble.com/shots/531722-Bank-symbol for bank.
The black and red. Perfect. Also the B&W. This is fantastic man.
Seeing the process is great. Awesome work Emir!
@Bob @Robyn @Josh & @Luke - Thanks guys!
@Communication Agency - Actually, a swedish artist named Oscar Reutersvärd created it back in 1932. Also, it's used by National Westminster Bank as their logo. So maybe your client will receive a Seise-and-Desist letter in the mail, who knows?
Dude. Wut. This is a top of the line gif.
Nicely done @Emir Ayouni. That is one sweet animation.
Yup! I've also gotta say: Your website punches bags of character. Quite a unique look.
I'll get my coffee and watch this for a few hundred rotations.
This is really great, but to be honest I'd recommend stearing clear of this shape. It's be used ALOT.
@John @Michael @Mark @Martin @Davide @Jacob @Andrew & @Jesus - Thank you so much guys!
very sexy process and execution!! but i agree with @Andrew Lucas .. this shape is used by a LOT of people and companies, itll open up a can of worms on "who did what" and why... :S
nice work, reminds me of a logo I did a while back (sans the cool animation) http://dribbble.com/shots/507639-Delta
the monochrome version is amazing, and love the texture too!
12 months ago
@Aldrich @Tiger @Michael & @Szende - Thank you for the comments, feedback and kind words, dudes.
@Emir Ayouni, nice animation!
Not while ago I also proposed that Penrose triangle as the part of the logo. That impossible shape seemed suited great for company name "Engineering serendipity".
But, you right - it's overused and that's why we finally ended up with more unique symbol: http://dribbble.com/shots/847293-Engineering-serendipity-logo-final.
Hell yeah nice man!
about 1 month ago
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