Final logo mark for the LEO Golf Tournament. LEO stands for the Law Enforcement Open. A lion mark was requested.
12 months ago
Looks very royal, Kevin.
Did you write 'A lion mark was requested' because you don't think it's appropriate? or perhaps you think that the general design community consensus is one that believes lions are a saturated visual cue?
Aesthetically it's a nice rendering and I like the medallion (winning) golf ball duality, intentional or not.
Man, that is so nice. Didn't instantly spot the ball and tee but I like it's subtlety. Great job.
@Saawan Thanks, Saawan! @Rich Baird Nope, it was a key part of the brief so wanted to include that. Thanks for commenting and the kind remarks. @Kelvin Farrell Thanks, Kelvin!
Yes! The ball and tee are so nice and subtle that once they are read it totally makes the concept sing. Great stuff.
@Derrick Kempf @Josiah Jost @Muhammad Ali Effendy Thanks everyone. Really appreciate it!
very nice, one idea , not sure if it would work with the whole style of the lion, but i feel the crown is a bit too overwhelming right now and a more simplified one would make your eyes go directly to the ball/medalion. Nice job, cheers!
@Florin Capota Thanks, Florin. This one is finalized, but I appreciate the idea. I've seen a lot of lions with simple crowns so I wanted this one to be a little more elegant, refined and unique.
Aha got you, as I said great great job, probably it's also a matter of personal taste. U sure nailed it!
so amazing work, I featured it here http://bit.ly/TWt74B
Thanks for the kind words and the feature, @Arslan .
Hole in one Doc! No caddy brawls in this tournament I bet ;-)
Haha, if there were, it would be fun to watch. Pretty even match! Thanks, Chanda!
Lion King anyone?!
What are you asking, @Jared Hardwick ?
Just seeing if anyone else saw Lion King other than me.
11 months ago
8 months ago
Thanks, @Miramark Diaz!
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