over 1 year ago
I really like this, even without all the stripes, just as a logotype the concept is great!
Ok, this is a great, like seriously....and to top it off, it's easy to read! Wonderful stuff, Mike
I agree with @Sean O'Brien bud, lose the stripes around it and save it maybe for a secondary device.
Saw a herd of zebra on safari this past weekend. They would definitely have approved of your logo, if they knew how to log in to Dribbble. +:-)
@Sean O'Brien thought of that but seemed a bit bland, but added the attachment to show how it looks. Seemed to work better for me with the light color in the background. check it out.
Thanks @Alen Type08 Pavlovic for the added comment. yeah I always thought I'd have a secondary, just wasn't sure people could read it right off. seems as though people can.
@Andrew Terpening glad to hear that legibility is there.
@Alan Oronoz THX, bud, appreciate the nice! :-)
@Simon™ Well next time Simon take a iPad on the safari and show the herd. +:-)
@Mike Bruner the one in the attachment looks AWESOME!
@Simon™ have the zebras even HERD of Dribbble? ;)
Very good, prefer the attachment as well.
@Sean O'Brien glad you like where its going. And yeah I thought about the type only also, check out the attached. (http://dribbble.com/shots/854052-Zebra-Brand/attachments/90508) I think it works too and as Alen mentioned ( @Alen Type08 Pavlovic ) it will make a nice secondary, if chosen.
So thanks also Alen.
@Andrew Terpening Glad to hear its legible enough, wasn't sure. been staring at it too long maybe.
@Alan Oronoz always nice to hear nice. Cheers bud.
@Simon™ well damn, Simon next time can you take an iPad with ya and show the herd. +:-) cheers to you too my friend.
@Jerron Ames and @Alen Type08 Pavlovic yeah, I'm liking the attachment also.
by Mike Bruner
moved the letters every so slightly and decided to rebound it without the stripped border.
over 1 year ago
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