@darzani CP, Rationale for design: the "my' is enlarged as its the first part seen and it's about the individual. font is basic and bold, keeping it simple and legible. The hand printing roller,idea to have the "it's time to print" done like a stencil under the main heading. if the concept was to be plain black and white with no colors, the three dots were to be changed to RGB as dot, dot, dot means there's more to come. There is an updated copy where I have replaced the end of the roller with an inkjet printer, however I try to steer clear of using stock graphics and have not had a chance to adjust it. In conclusion being' a printing service, I was intending to reference "Painting" style branding, like industrial/house painters, with the bold clear lettering and then the symbolic use of the hand roller to mean a hands on approach to the printing. with that urban/ modern injection of stencil style lettering and minimalist style creativity. :D
Thanks for your feedback and I agree with you. If not this contest is finished yet then I can do other one. Else select your winner. I like to see that. And I personally appreciate your comments. Because that feedback will be advantages for new developing designers.
@topcoder10 it looks good, it looks fine. But it just don't fit in my business identity. We're doing online printing with various creative service for SME's. If I am selling floor finishing products, then your logo maybe perfect for me.
@beligetamulla your logo looks nice, it can be worked for some details but it's alright. Again, it don't seems to fit in my business identity. This maybe suitable for girl fashion store, wedding services. It failed to represent my business and my capabilities.
Thanks! It is in vector format. I guess it is a bit more complex, but since I am drawing on a wacom I have a hard time holding myself back on the detail. It can be printed in gray scale (however not fully black and white).
Thank you for responding. I will keep in mind with my future logo designs to keep them more monochromatic capable as well as less texturized and detail.
#curlewgraphics is it in vector vector format or not? If it is in vector, you definitely have a good skills in design. But not in communication design, the element in your logo are not suitable for logo. First the color, the style are not fit in for logo design. Second it blurry , third it has too many details and that is not suitable for printing, fourth can it be printed in grey scale for both white and black background? Fifth it's not suitable for my business identity.
I like that so many people infringe on the "freelancer" logo *sarcasm* and blatently use the same concept to try to win a competition he;d on this site... unbelievable and you call yourselves designers... Apologies to the CH, not posting my concepts until a few hours b4 deadline, too many style biters and unoriginal wannabe designers who did a few Adobe tutorials and dl'd some logo templates. So disappointing.
Hello, please check #75. Why i use lizard? Thi is why. (i quote from wikipedia) "Sight is very important for most lizards, both for locating prey and for communication, and, as such, many lizards have highly acute color vision. Some species of lizard also utilize bright colors, such as the iridescent patches on the belly of Sceloporus. These colors would be highly visible to predators, so are often hidden on the underside or between scales and only revealed when necessary.
The particular innovation in this respect is the dewlap, a brightly colored patch of skin on the throat, usually hidden between scales. When a display is needed, the lizards erect the hyoid bone of their throat, resulting in a large vertical flap of brightly colored skin beneath the head which can be then used for communication." So the point is colour is very important for lizard and so does for your company and your client.