A few logo concepts for a project I'm currently working on.
10 months ago
Brilliant! love the simplicity of the knives.
Love the illustration although i think the knives look to much like an axe. (i guess because the "knife holder" looks like it's made from wood)
Love. Bottom right and top left are my favs. My only thought is the serration on the knives kinda give a "winged" feel to the knives. Maybe try a butcher knife with a sharp edge? Just a thought! Great concepts though!
OR maybe the handles need to be longer? That might help with @Eelco Guntlisbergen 's comment as well...
What @Meg Tiffany said
@Eelco Guntlisbergen I'm not seeing the similarity with an axe other than the wood handle. It's not uncommon for knives to have wooden handles...thank you for the feedback though! I'll keep it in mind.
@Meg Tiffany I think the "winged" feel comes the orientation of the two knives, and in that regard I can see the serrations aiding in that perception. Personally I don't have a problem with it, as I don't think the similarity is too strong, or distracting. I did a number of knives, and ultimately I think both the wood and the serrations add something. I'll give making the handles longer a shot, but I am concerned that if they are any longer it will read less as a knife, and more as a spear, or some other weapon. Thanks for the feedback! I should hear back from the client soon, and see what their thoughts are.
by Bartholomew Fish
8 months ago
@Eelco Guntlisbergen @Meg Tiffany @Christopher Perry I ended up taking all of your advice, and the client liked the one w/out serrations:D I think I was too attached to the orignal knives haha. I added some rebounds of the client's favorites. Thanks again for the feedback, let me know what you think!
8 months ago
@Bartholomew Fish So much better! The handles are really modern looking as well. Very cool and is really sharp (pun intended) :-D
5 months ago
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