Tree + Textile

15 Responses

  1. Ron Naus Ron Naus

    Wow, looks nice @Julius!

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    5 months ago

  2. Michael Lassiter Michael Lassiter

    Very nice!

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    5 months ago

  3. Melissa Ginsiorsky Melissa Ginsiorsky

    Great work!

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    5 months ago

  4. JP Brown JP Brown

    Fantastic mark

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    5 months ago

  5. Peter Smith Peter Smith

    I really dig this, but truth be told, all I saw initially (and still, for the most part see) is a ball of yarn. I think this stems from everything being exactly the same line weight.

    I don't know if this mark is final, but it might be worth exploring additional line weights, just for variation. I think this would be especially important when the mark is shown in smaller sizes.

    Just some thoughts. Regardless, very nice.

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    5 months ago

  6. Jeroen van Eerden Jeroen van Eerden

    Great mark!

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    5 months ago

  7. Zulal Ahmad Zulal Ahmad

    Incredible. Is this done in illustrator?

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    5 months ago

  8. Levogrin Levogrin

    Nice idea!

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    5 months ago

  9. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Strong concept, dude.

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    5 months ago

  10. Brandon Land Brandon Land

    Dollar tree yarn! Kidding. It's pretty nifty.

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    5 months ago

  11. Szende Brassai / Adline Szende Brassai / Adline

    excellent mark Julius !

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    5 months ago

  12. Denis Sazhin / Iconka Denis Sazhin / Iconka

    Maybe I look at this with cat's eyes... but I saw my favorite toy :)

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    5 months ago

  13. Eddie Lobanovskiy Eddie Lobanovskiy

    "i want to cry" kind of clean

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    5 months ago

  14. Dalius Stuoka Dalius Stuoka

    Man asmeniškai turbūt geriausias tavo šių metų darbelis :)

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    4 months ago

  15. Chuck Spidell Chuck Spidell

    @Peter Smith Agreed on the yarn. Although the overlapping branches and roots are definitely engaging. Curious if you've also tried a non-circular approach, besides the arrows just posted.

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    3 months ago

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