Film Catch

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  1. Sean Farrell Sean Farrell

    Love this, very nice use of negative space

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    7 months ago

  2. Enon Avital Enon Avital

    Must, much better.

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    7 months ago

  3. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Thanks @Sean Farrell and @Enon Avital . Couldn't have done it without all the great feedback and the push to take another pass. Cheers everyone!

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    7 months ago

  4. Rich Baird Rich Baird

    Much better, the contrasting directions of film and hand work really well. Perhaps you can establish a stronger relationship between the two by aligning the film holes with the fingers?

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    7 months ago

  5. Alexander Wende Alexander Wende

    I like both versions, this one is a tad better and more dynamic. Imho I think both are still a bit static (although I like the execution). Maybe there's a way to convey catch a bit more approachable/friendly in a fun way if you know what I mean?

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    7 months ago

  6. SHYLESH SHYLESH

    much better kev.

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    7 months ago

  7. Jovan Petrić Jovan Petrić

    Definitely better concept.

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    7 months ago

  8. Ralston (of Thinkory) Ralston (of Thinkory)

    Nice. The negative space makes me think of a person panning a film strip, examining the frames carefully. Perhaps searching for something or just admiring the work. In all, I guess I like that it makes me think of the person to whom that hand belongs and wonder what's on that strip of film. It's engaging.

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    7 months ago

  9. Rudy Hurtado Global Branding Rudy Hurtado Global Branding

    So good Kevin!!!

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    7 months ago

  10. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    @Rich Baird Thanks, man. I'll definitely try that.

    @Alexander Wende Thanks a bunch. This will most likely be the final direction, but I'll toy around with another option just for you. :-)

    @SHYLESH @Jovan Petrić @Ralston Vaz of Thinkory @Rudy Hurtado Global Branding Thanks you guys!

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    7 months ago

  11. Sabrina Sabrina

    Beautiful

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    7 months ago

  12. Jeremiah Wingett Jeremiah Wingett

    Huge improvement! Nice work.

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    7 months ago

  13. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    @Sabrina @Jeremiah Wingett Thanks so much!

    7 months ago

  14. Anton Kudin Anton Kudin

    Concept makes me cringe. Modern generation wont understand what rough-handling like this could do to a film.

    Nice use of negative (hehe) space.

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    7 months ago

  15. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    @Anton Kudin No film has been or will be harmed during the making of this website.

    FILMCATCH is an online library/catalog for your DVD/Blueray collection.

    7 months ago

  16. McMillian + Furlow McMillian + Furlow

    Such nice work!

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    7 months ago

  17. Colin Tierney Colin Tierney

    nicely done, kevo!

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    7 months ago

  18. Alex Badovsky Alex Badovsky

    hey. nice mark!

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    6 months ago

  19. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Thanks @McMillian + Furlow @Colin Tierney and @Alex Badovsky! I really appreciate it, guys.

    6 months ago

  20. Dylan Mullins Dylan Mullins

    I like it, Kevin. I think this execution of the concept is a little easier on the eye than the last. I think it's because you have two obvious breaks in the negative space, unlike the previous one which had three. Smooth.

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    6 months ago

  21. RaitG RaitG

    so clear

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    6 months ago

  22. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    @Dylan Mullins Thanks, man...totally agree with you.

    @RaitG Thanks!

    6 months ago

  23. Milosz Klimek Milosz Klimek

    Wowza.

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    6 months ago

  24. Raja Sandhu Raja Sandhu

    nice!

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    5 months ago

  25. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    A little late replying @Milosz Klimek, but huge thanks.

    @Raja Sandhu Appreciate you, dude!

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    5 months ago

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