Love this, very nice use of negative space
7 months ago
Must, much better.
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!
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?
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?
much better kev.
Definitely better concept.
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.
So good Kevin!!!
@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!
Huge improvement! Nice work.
@Sabrina @Jeremiah Wingett Thanks so much!
Concept makes me cringe. Modern generation wont understand what rough-handling like this could do to a film.
Nice use of negative (hehe) space.
@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.
Such nice work!
nicely done, kevo!
hey. nice mark!
6 months ago
Thanks @McMillian + Furlow @Colin Tierney and @Alex Badovsky! I really appreciate it, guys.
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.
@Dylan Mullins Thanks, man...totally agree with you.
5 months ago
A little late replying @Milosz Klimek, but huge thanks.
@Raja Sandhu Appreciate you, dude!
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