The final Unroll.Me logo and guide reference
3 months ago
Looks gorgeous Vic, lovely work.
My only (probably minor) concern would be the top curl's readability (for lack of a better word) when the logo is scaled down. The bottom curl is an even 180 degree curve, so the top curve could have matched that, or even been a closed loop, but the extra inner shape seems a little cluttered. I hope that makes sense.
Awesome work. Would be great to see it in monochrome also.
Nice and simple!
@Adam Whitcroft thanks Adam, I totally see what you mean. Myself and client went over this too a good few times and keeping the curl perfectly aligned meant (see attached) the curl was a little too hidden or not enough of a curl to show the thing actually unrolling. I got really crazy about this part of the design but in the end it just made sense to step away from the "everything has to meet a guide" side of it and just go with a more natural, illustrated curl. Thanks for the feedback bud, I know exactly what you mean :)
Aside from what @Adam said, you really nailed this Vic :)
Firstly, i LOVE this!
Also, I agree with @Adam Whitcroft I think the top curl would be best simplified. Maybe something like this?:
totally agree with @Adam Whitcroft awesome work, but that slight adjustment would work wonders
@Andrew Colin Beck @Adam Whitcroft totally tried this out in the concepts but it's not really unrolling from anywhere, just kind of bent over ... maybe if the product name was 'Unbend.Me' ;) Thanks for the feedback guys. Very much appreciated :)
No prob. Good luck!
What a coincidence. I just recently singed up for unroll.me .
This logo will definitely take their brand in the right direction.
Great job, Vic! ;)
Lovely Job @Vic Bell, I love to see the working drawings of a logo :) nice work!
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