I like this, but I wonder about the reproducibility of it - how it will print. I think you should bring back the bubbles...
5 months ago
Я думаю, что можно еще упростить: совместить вспышку и звездочки, в пользу только звездочек (как раз по смыслу подходит).
this one!!! @Paul Saksin
This is great!
I like this one too and don't see any issues with reproduction or printing.
Have you tried centering all the elements and getting rid of the white view finder area inside the camera?
This is awesome! Great concept:)
Definitely this one! 3rd one is nice but it won't work on white background (reversed).
This one so so goood!!
This is brilliant, I really the concept and LOVE the ink-like dreamy texture. Since you have a nice, playful execution with the shapes, like the moon being the lens, Im wondering if one of the stars could replace the rectangle (not sure if that's supposed to be a view-finder or the flash).
@Tess what are the problems with reproducibility?
@Ivan мысль толковая, спс Вань, тока не уйдет ли образ..
@Alen I think it can be solved(stroke?) or do not care)
@Kevin centered tried - worse, about the white view finder - the moon, the stars, the dream...you about it?
Damn, Paul I was referring to the original.
Now this is my fav.
sorry for the confusion. should have looked all the way through before the comment.
Thanks @Mike here I have something confused
not focus on the lens - the center of the composition and meaning, attention is scattered, you know
The only feedback I have is to make the crescent slightly smaller.
@Henry where all the elements of a modular grid, so that..
Definitely this one!
@Radu @Eric Thank you guys
It depends on how this logo would be used. But gradients are always tricky and those tiny star details probably won't work in some printing types, embroidery, etc. Also, there's not an easy black/white version - it would always require a gradient. Logos should work in black and white as well as color and in the various formats they'll be needed - say they want to use it on various promotional materials, not just paper, as well as clothing, etc. You could be looking at screen printing, offset, digital, embroidery, flexo, etc. Now, maybe that means you just have 2 versions - this one and a simplified 1 color version for instance. Just thoughts from the production side of things.
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