Secondary asset/mascot for Thai restaurant brand.
over 1 year ago
This is awesome man. He kinda looks mad or ornery :)
Excellent work, my friend. Is there a particular name for the style of illustration theory you've shifted to recently? This, Swallow, Ashley Renee, Bear, Mend, etc. all seem to have icons in this same style that is a more simplified, less ridged, and maybe even more fine art. Again, this is wonderful. Keep it up, man!
Nice work! ^^
I *really* like this… although I see an aardvark.
I love the style, but I see an aardvark too. Maybe emphasize the ears more?
Before I saw your comment I thought it was an anteater. It's super nice either way. You're really starting to develop a signature style dude. I can tell its yours before I know for sure.
i don't care if it's an elephant or aardvark, i want to be his friend.
I see the aardvark as well. Maybe adding the tail would help?
Really dig this, though!
finally! a Thai restaurant with sweet branding!
I agree with @Dan Draper that the ears need more work to make it recognizable as an elephant - but - the style and execution are gorgeous for a Thai restaurant (and also just in general)
This is cool man! I do see the aardvark theyre all discussing here...I think a simple fix is just making the trunk more defined, since that is really where I see the aardvark coming through...dealing with ears and all that could be more difficult...just thinking out loud here brother!
That eye really sells it dude.
Looks like the Dribbble basketball morphed into an elephant.
Amazing mark. Beautiful and simple.
about 1 year ago
@Scott Hill I almost forgot how much I love to remember not forgetting to appreciate elephant marks!
9 months ago
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