So, I made this previous fire and fish a long time ago, and it was never used. A few weeks ago I got contacted about it, they Googled "Fish & Fire Logo, and came across my design.
These guys have a hobby: they make survival bracelets from paracord. I had no idea of what they were talking about, but apparently there is a whole scene of people doing that. :) Anyway, you can see some of their cool stuff here.
They calling their creations 'The Fire & Fish Bracelets'. I am not one to give away tons of logos for free, but since the logo was going unused for such a long time, and these guys were very nice, I decided to trade the logo for one of their handcrafted bracelets. :)
I did some tiny tweaks to the logo, and added the typography, but I kept it mostly the same to the previous version. Glad this logo finally found a home!
4 months ago
Awesome concept :)
Really nicely executed :)
Nice! I can has bracelet?
I love the type on this one.
Awesome concept, indeed! :-)
@Fabio Basile @Ryan Murphy @Daryl Ginn @Michel Bozgounov Thanks lads!
@Dennis Andersson Thanks, so do I. If you want to know, it is this one: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/re-type/barbieri/
@Jonno Riekwel I guess you will have to order one from them. :)
i see more a dolphin in your logo, no ?
Agree with @Dennis Andersson, the type is awesome!
way cool. I love the negative fish. Although it does feel a little thin or narrow for a fish. might need to move the fins around a little bit here and there to see what looks more 'fish'y
Looking great! Ironically I did one for FireFish once :P
@Gert van Duinen You did? Where can I see it? :)
@Jord Ik denk dat ie bij Behance wel ergens tussen m'n logo's staat xD
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