bd Glasses

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  1. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    One of the totally different directions I've been thinking about for the 'B/D'. Started out with some speech bubbles and ended up with this guy...

    *No company name just yet > but it's a rebrand for a new-media design outfit.

    about 3 years ago

  2. Dustin Wallace Dustin Wallace

    This is getting interesting. Could the red/green shapes be literal speech bubbles? I like this.

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    about 3 years ago

  3. Able Parris Able Parris

    I think 3D glasses, but then the colors aren't blue and red. (just thinking out loud here)

    about 3 years ago

  4. Nathan Godding Nathan Godding

    I like that the colors aren't straight blue and red. Nice one!

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    about 3 years ago

  5. Juan Gomez Juan Gomez

    if the company is related, well made.

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    about 3 years ago

  6. Nemanja Jovanovic aka Fracturize Nemanja Jovanovic aka Frac...

    not classy enough like previous one,but as Juan said above if co
    ompany related than could work rather nicely

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    about 3 years ago

  7. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Dustin - Thanks a lot my man! The 'speech bubble' idea is something I could obviously push a bit further, and I'm exploring it...

    @Able - Red-green is actually an older style of 3D anaglyph glasses... In more recent versions the green is usually replaced with more of a blue / cyan color instead. These could obviously be tweaked, but I was thinking a slightly off color might be a more recognizable approach. (I.E. I wouldn't want it to be too easily confused with a 3D glasses icon per say...)

    @Nathan - You get where I'm going with it... ;) Cheers buddy!

    @Juan - Their work is primarily (web / app design & development) so no 3D film production per say... But with this project I'm essentially trying to conceptually map out ideas of 'digital vision' & communication > obviously along with some more classic typography based variations, etc.

    @Namanja - Yeah, classy is indeed a strong selling point...but a simple conceptual connection can also go a long way ;) Not sue if this one is 100% there yet...but it's just rough idea.

    about 3 years ago

  8. Stan Grinapol Stan Grinapol

    @Michael, just a thought love the glasses direction, you could do the glasses and speech bubbles by vertically flipping the glasses.

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    about 3 years ago

  9. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Stan - Makes perfect sense > however you would lose that 'b/d' connection in the process. If we do go straight iconic vs typographic > indeed that might be just the ticket for a clear read on the bubbles...

    about 3 years ago

  10. Riley Cran Riley Cran

    The b/d in this is brilliant, Michael. Well done.

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    about 3 years ago

  11. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Riley - Thanks a bunch! :)

    about 3 years ago

  12. Herson Rodriguez Herson Rodriguez

    @Michael,

    This is great, if you still want to play with the bubbles think of turning the bubbles into glasses not the glasses into bubbles.

    Maybe this help, I don't know.

    This is looking good

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    about 3 years ago

  13. Ivan Bobrov Ivan Bobrov

    wow!

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    about 3 years ago

  14. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Herson - Thanks a lot my man! Bubbles to glasses was my process in fact...but I may have tweaked them a bit too much in order to fit the silhouette of the glasses? I've got a couple other version going, so I'll try to separate the elements a bit more this time...

    P.S. Digging the new avatar ;)

    @Ivan - Cheers! :)

    about 3 years ago

  15. Blake McDivitt Blake McDivitt

    Great take on these glasses! Loving it.

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    about 3 years ago

  16. Jacob Klos Jacob Klos

    Ha, very clever. Love it.

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    about 3 years ago

  17. Herson Rodriguez Herson Rodriguez

    Definetly @Michael, this is great work.

    Glad you like the new avatar.

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    about 3 years ago

  18. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Blake / Jacob - Cheers guys! :)

    about 3 years ago

  19. Dann Petty Dann Petty

    NICE as always dude! Looks soooo good!

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    about 3 years ago

  20. Sean Heisler Sean Heisler

    Hey, buddy! Nice stuff!

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    about 3 years ago

  21. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Dann - Thanks a lot my man! Much appreciated! :)

    @Sean - Hey buddy! Great to see you & thanks a lot! :)

    about 3 years ago

  22. Another step in the speech bubble direction... Still considering some options for the glasses > but this one's a bit more straight forward.

    about 3 years ago

  23. Charles Riccardi Charles Riccardi

    These are seriously some of the coolest 3D glasses that I have seen. The illlustration style is immaculate. Great work Michael. inspiring as always. I really like how the white comes down into the lens's. Rad.

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    about 3 years ago

  24. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    @Charles - Thanks a lot! :)

    about 3 years ago

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