Working on a sports project together with the great folks over at The Forefathers Group.
This mark was amongst the ones that got scrapped, but felt it was worth posting.
almost 2 years ago
worth indeed! love the horns
Great job on this brouchan! So good.
Was still my fav! All well..
This is sweet!
looks great, Emir. agree with others, love those horns.
I hate the word "pop" with a passion after having been in this industry for a while - but your logos seriously do just that. Great work man.
I'm so curious about your process of creating those awesome look/feel all the time! Can I come over your office for a day? :)
Nice. Funny, I'm working on something similar at the moment.
Love the shadows and +1 for those horns.
Beauty! Very regal.
@Stevan @Florin @Mauricio @Justin @Edgar @Jeremy @Justin @Mike @fabio @Nick @Chris @Koma & @Terry - Brothers and sisters, you're seriously too kind. Thank you all!
@Jonden - Oh same here man. I'll miss this guy. You can name him if you want! ;) Again, thank you guys for bringing me aboard this project. Been a blast!
@Jason - Haha, Thanks Jason! That's a great compliment. I guess I should be obliged to hate the phrase too, but I never really had a problem with it. I use the term "lift it" instead, tho. Just to be on the safe side ;)
@Oykun - If you're ever in town, you're more than welcome for a visit. Thanks for the kind words, man!
@Julian - Cheers. So you're into goats too, huh?
Nice, really like this one (and he should definitely have a name...) The interaction between the goat and the container shape (which I love) works beautifully, the thin highlight on the lower portion of the shape is a lovely touch too. Oh and "lift it" – love that, I'll have to borrow that off you sometime!
Probably a bit too complex for a logo & shield feels a bit empty. (Goat being tall, shield being wide)
But love the style!
Ridiculously awesome background by the way, where'd you get it?
PURE AWESOMENESS ... btw: great time-out
this is hot!!!
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