Here is the final version of the Jetpack logo for Mochila Mail.
1- Added a little reference to mail on the Jetpack.
2- Made the flame a more simple.
3- General improvements to the horse, especially the head area.
I'd like to thank Max Steenbergen for the initial mailbox idea via Twitter. I think the horse is still nice and simple, while at the same time being more suitable for Mochila Mail.
View the attachments for the logo on a dark background, and at a small size. I don't usually add a logo grid, but when I do, it looks like this.
I am super stoked with the results and I hope you guys and girls like it too! :)
6 months ago
Love it! :)
Really nice dude. Is it me or is the horse's baseline in the final version less skew?
Very nice Jord! I like how the flame has a subtle hint to a wing. Well done bud.
Nice work Jord!
Really nice Jord, I really like the previous flame as this reminds more of a wing but supercool nonetheless!
@Jared Granger Glad you picked up on that one! :) That was indeed intentional. :)
@Yummygum Same skew-ness, just less rotated.
@Robin Kenell @Dennis Covent @Luke van Doorn Thanks lads!
@Fabio Basile Thanks dude! :) I prefer this version because it is more simple and works better at small size.
Well done :)
Great logo! Love it.
On Russian word "Mochila" means some kind of killer :)
@Sergey Minkin Killer app!
@Jord Riekwel aah that's it. New one looks more sturdy because of the decrease in rotation :)
Really well done Jord, although I agree with @Fabio Basile. ;)
Final looks great, Jord!
Yep. Well done. I dig the updates.
I want a shirt with that one. :)
Nice job dude! Really love the simplicity in your work
Fantastic work Jord! I love the mailbox jetpack - such a nice touch.
You know, last month my girlfriend and i were joking about impossible creatures like a rocketpony... and now here it is! I knew it was real! :)
amaizing one budy
5 months ago
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