Charitable Filmaking : Mark Update 3

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  1. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    Getting close to finally nailing this guy down. Made a few form factor tweaks on the mark this week to help with scability, etc.

    Debated whether or not to maintain the right side perforated strip, and I think it's comes down to a matter of unecessary visual complication with relativley the same conceptual payoff...

    Anyway, back in gear where I left off after 'attempting' to unplug for most of last month. Just waiting on the feedback loop, and then we'll get back down to color / typography.

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    over 1 year ago

  2. Rich Scott Rich Scott

    LOve this in mono! Such a sweet concept and execution Mike

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Matt Vergotis Matt Vergotis

    Nicely done Michael. I think you're right about the perforation too. the message is still perfectly clear with it just on the one side.

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  4. Billy French Billy French

    Really slick. Nice work!

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    over 1 year ago

  5. ampersandrew ampersandrew

    Nothing constructive to say but amazing!

    over 1 year ago

  6. Mike Bruner Mike Bruner

    beautifully done, Michael. I think the balance between film and charity (the love) is in a more equal visual now. the film strip was taking over in the other. Although, very nice, I think this hits home much better.
    Welcome back, man. nice to see your stuff up and showing.
    cheers.

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  7. Detail Vision Detail Vision

    OMG!

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  8. Jonathan Patterson Jonathan Patterson

    Wider gaps look great. Agreed, the right side doesn't need sprockets.

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  9. Jillian Adel Jillian Adel

    Works really nicely. Also, I like hearts.

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  10. fabio perez fabio perez

    I think you nailed it. It looks flawless.

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  11. Gavin Thompson Gavin Thompson

    I like the left perforation only. It has a nice counterbalance to have things differ slightly.

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  12. Kaushik V. Panchal Kaushik V. Panchal

    great use of gestalt @Michael Spitz

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  13. Florin Capota Florin Capota

    yep, dig the updates Michael!

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  14. Luke Ritchie Luke Ritchie

    Love how you resolved this Mike! yea, you're right, its about reducing unnecessary visual information. And honestly i didn't even notice the lack of perforations, because my mind read it more as a symbol, and indication towards something rather than an illustration. So you nailed it pal! :)

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    over 1 year ago

  15. Nicholas Hendrickx Nicholas Hendrickx

    Even better! The fact that the sprocket holes are missing in the part in the back and the part on the right first bothered me. But at the same time, they make the logo less busy and less distracting.

    This definitely is better!

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  16. Muhammad Ali Effendy Muhammad Ali Effendy

    Its nice to see you back in action Michael. Classy work my friend. :)

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  17. Waseem Arshad Waseem Arshad

    lovely

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  18. Monika Majkowska Monika Majkowska

    Nice concept :)

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    over 1 year ago

  19. Ged Palmer Ged Palmer

    Beautiful mark man. Single colour, one side perforation get's my vote.

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  20. Sean Glass Sean Glass

    Man the curve at the top is freakin' perfect. That is one of the best things I've seen on here in a while...

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  21. Ryan Rushing Ryan Rushing

    Good call on removing the perforation on the right.

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  22. Brandon Harrison Brandon Harrison

    Yep, this is the money.

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  23. Tobia Crivellari  Tobia Crivellari 

    Simply unique logo!! Love it! +++ @Michael Spitz

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  24. Jord Riekwel Jord Riekwel

    This is going to be scaling very badass. Sweet work.

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    over 1 year ago

  25. Versett Versett

    Too good.

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    over 1 year ago

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