Working on the identity for a new website that will include something related to various brands, can't say too much about it at this point. But, my client and I would like to hear which parrot of the two would you prefer to be their new logo mark and why? Left one or the right one? Thank you all in advance for sharing your opinion, means a lot!
about 1 year ago
Definitely the left one!
Left, for sure. This is seriously nice.
Left hands down. You recognize it a lot sooner with the yellow under the beak. The right requires a bit more effort.
p.s. beautiful work.
I love these little guys! I would pick the one on the left.
Left one for me too :) ..Looks more like a parrot
Definitely the left! Because this has very basic geometric shapes, the yellow helped me quickly see this as a parrot.
Dude, left one, that is sweet!
Let. The color catches the eye more.
Left one is much more understandable. I would have a hard time knowing what the right one was if I wasn't told what it was.
First I thought, left one...But the more I look at it, the right one. Because the yellow color and triangle reminds me of a birds beak and that makes it more difficult to spot the real beak:)
Left for improved recognisability. But the one on the right is easier on the eye.
So cute :)))
Really clever! The two are awesome, but I'd pick the left one!
No matter which one, time to create a bucket.
Oh, left. But after reading other's comments, I guess it depends on which shape is supposed to be interpreted as the beak. Is the grey area that scaly bit they have above their beak, or the beak itself? Or is both the yellow/grey the beak?
If the yellow is the beak all by itself, then left.
Once in a while, you come up with these awesome gems, man... Congrats :)
This is really nice. Left because the addition of the yellow reminded me more of the multicolored feathers of a Parrot like this.
Awesome, I'd definitely go with the left one!
Great mark. Left for me.
So Awesome! Gotta agree with the majority - LEFT.
Thank you all very much people, couldn't appreciate it more. Yup, left one seems like a definite winner, somewhere around 90% :)
@Jens Windolf thanks buddy, I'm honored to receive a personal bucket from you! Got more than 30 bird shots posted here so feel free to browse a bit :)
@Damaris Alfonso only the grey area is the beak, triangle part below is more of the front feather zone, just like @Matt Laumann has noticed.
@Dalius Stuoka what do you mean by 'once in a while'?!? ;)
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