CrediSoluciones aim is to meet financial needs of the families that belongs to the middle, lower middle and lower class, by granting micro loans that offer additional value.
Basically the concept is give a hand and help to grow.
Type work are in creation process yet, but I think the mark is pretty ready to be presented.
I've done a lot of hand ones these days, really hard to come up with something entirely new.
Feedback is very appreciated, as always. :)))
3 months ago
One can never design too many hand logos:)
Great one Breno!
Thanks @Roko! :)))
For someone that's had to reinvent the hand so many times, I think you're still doing a very good job.
I think this is freaking brilliant, Breno. I personally love using hands in designs, because I think they can communicate a lot of emotion. Anyway, I love your use of color, and, as always, your organic forms are second to none.
Really interested to see how you incorporate type with this one...
Thank you so much @Matt! :)))
Yes, @Jon Stapp. Hands are all emotion!
I think that the client would love see this mark with less colors, so I'm trying here. Also working on a custom type.
I'll update it soon!
Thanks @Jackson :)))
Excellant interpretation of services
You may try some different color for the third finger but rest of the colors and shape ultimate and approved ;)
I love this
Sweet! You rule .)
To be honest, it's looking creepy and freaking me out.
Looks like a gay zombie reaching from the grave :)
big fan of your style, always reminds me of africa!
Nice work mate, hope you doing well, love those colors :) great work! see ya soon!
I had trouble seeing both the hand and the people in the negative space. Originally, I thought they were sea horses (especially the red, green and blue ones).
Looks good Breno!
I'm loving the colours.
You managed to create something very unique here, man.
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