Life goes on (at least until day 21). After a long time without posting anything here, here's one more gig in the process. I can not say much about the company yet, most say it involves small private planes and the idea of 'crossing the ocean'. So, wave + plane.
All feedback is welcome. Let it go!
12 months ago
Love seeing the process and love the mark, good job
Gives the idea of the wave swallowing or crashing over the plane, might not be the right one to convey…IMO
looking cool,maybe instead of having like wave swalloving airplane,maybe tru to make two vaes one of left one on right side to look like wigns like it flows onto water.. hope u get what i mean just suggestion :)
Hahaha, interesting suggestion @Nemo Jovanovic aka Fracturize
But unfortunately is important to show this kind of plane. :(
Gotta agree with Chris. Absolutely love the design...feels so unique, but creates sort of a negative emotion with the wave engulfing the plane.
@Breno Bitencourt well u dont really touch ariplane itself but rather make small waves around the ends of the wings.. cant explain lol but am sure u will get some cool result
great concept, but yes - this feels bit negative - maybe you could try show the plane surfing this wave - ride it, control it?
First, I think you logo was nicely illustrated!
Second, I agree with the comments that suggest that it feels a bit negative with a wave crashing over the plane.
Third, I know it's called 'Plane Wave' but could you be more conceptual with the 'wave', maybe the wave(s) are clouds? It might work...?
Really like the merge of the two concepts. I'm wondering if you imply the waves with just the curved lines and not with the wave cresting over the plane?
Awesome idea, but I think the plane was much easier to see when the other wave lines were closer together. Just my $.02
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