A few of many concepts, straight or arched wings?
9 months ago
Without knowing the context/client/type of company...it's hard to say. Can you provide a bit more background?
Without that, I'd say arched wings looks better. More movement, energy, etc.
I'm immediately drawn to the arched one as well. But I'd agree with Nikita, it's hard to judge out of context. The arched one feels lighter, more playful and energetic whereas the straight one feels more grounded and portrays a sense of strength and power.
@Nikita Prokhorov I didn't provide that because I don't have control over the concept, just the execution of this idea : / was more just looking for visual preferences here.
@Laura Agree 100% as well. And @Jed Bridges, you are the designer, you should always have control over the concept. ;)
Can you give us some background on the company itself?
@Nikita Prokhorov Totally! Just to clarify—I have control over the design, but not my client's decisions, they pick the direction based on the comps I provide. That being said, this direction is locked down : )
VoloHaus helps businesses grow their revenue and get acquired. The wings in this comp loosely represent a bar graph... part of their request was to tie together wings + bar graph haha
@Jed Bridges love both, but I think I prefer the arched version. Killer job on the execution man. Dude we gotta hang now that I'm in SD!
@Jed arched my dude, arched. I love that 'V' on Volo, btw!
Both. In an animated gif. beep boop beep boop
Also without know anything about the project/client/goals, I think the arched version has a little more character.
In answer, depends on what you want to say with those wings. Just on preference alone, I like the straight one.
by Nachman Siegel
I really Liked this logo. what if the straight one had curved elements?
Sorry for the late reply but I just go an invite...
9 months ago
The straight option is much cleaner. to give the "feel" of the curved one, did you try curving up the elements below the top wing.
P.S. sorry for the late reply, I just got an invite...
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