Logotype exploration... C's & O's play pretty well > still working on a couple of the 'less convenient' letters ;)
about 3 years ago
@Rogie - Thanks a lot! :)
@Kendrik - Cheers!
@Jonas - Seen it, and obviously there's only so many ways to split a coconut... But in the end, I think we'll wind up with enough of a departure ;)
I am loving this! Really great work Michael.
Totally didn't get it at first.
Took about 30 seconds, but now I think its genius.
you're loco in the coco!
That is actually astonishing.
Ha, awesome. Would love to see what you come up with for more 'inconvenient' letters!
I like the concept, but at first glance I felt like the Cs were just cut off for some odd reason. It wasn't until I read the title that I realized you were making Cs and Os out of the coconuts.
What if you rotated them towards the viewer a bit more (showing more of the inside, less of the outside)?
This is genius.
The most compelling work is the work that pulls the user in and asks them to finish it... the hard part is making sure the user finishes it. This is a great example of such work. I do agree with a few of the above comments. Slightly tilting the nuts toward the audience might help the readability, but still involve the user and keep the wit.
What a lovely bunch. Nice job.
Well played, sir.
Wonderful, love the use of the white.
You did it again, Michael. great
haha, awesome! I call this a graphical pun.
For a second I was like, "I wonder why he made coconuts..." but then I realized it said COCO. Absolutely Genius.
IMO, flatten it and it will be much nicer. Get rid of the gradients I think. Maybe I'm wrong, maybe I just need to see it and find out :P
Like the idea a lot though.
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