As v2 of this went to the wildcard shortlist I decided to improve it a bit…hope you like it! Additional description and images
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What’s your smile? See inside! Additional description and images
Clean, fresh and happy. Variations/usages/personalizations inside…
Leaves are like fruits natural tags. And they are unique: in fact, there is not a leaf indentical to another, they are like fingerprints.�
My leaf here is composed by the two S os SpreadShirt, so that it can also be used as a standalone logo.
The two S are composed by 2 basic elements that could be used to make a lot of others funny, useful o completely useless symbols.
Two weeks ago I told you people always trust moustache. And that is true…in the West side of the World. But what about the East? Well, recent studies prove that it works quite different there. In fact, in the East, people ALWAYS trust eyebrows. They think that moustaches are something that hide the mouth while someone’s talking, something deceitful. But eyebrows…eyebrows tell you what a man is really thinking. What his soul his about. And this is why you’d better be bald, to show your eyebrows. Additional description and images
Maybe better without the arrows? Tell me what do you think!�
Half a shirt makes a “1″ that stands for quality, reliability and solid business all in all. Look the entry to see more declinations! Additional description and images
So easy and fun! Additional description and images
This just works, because people ALWAYS trust moustache. Additional description and images
I liked the first version but it wasn’t good enough for the shortlist of wk2. So I’m trying to improve it. I hope this is an improvement, tell me what you think about! The hand-writing font is the same I used in my first logo and has the same function.
Your idea (bulb) in to a shirt…simple concept. “Spread” and “shirt” separated, stand-alone-also logo. First logo of the week, I hope it is going to be better than the last one for me. Do you think it is better without the cable (like in the preview) or with it (see more inside the full post)?
The “i” dot is also the mark (I hope this is the right word) on the shirt
A good overall image and the straight font used for “SpreadShirt” suggest the good quality and reliability of the service, while the font used for “your own label”, hand-drawn-like and quite childish shows the funny side and, most of all, the possibility for everyone to make his label. The image on the side is dynamic to indicate the other priority: speed. The shirt with a arrow-head coming out from it, despite enfasizing the speed and “spread” thing, makes for a orignal and distinguishable look. the spot ond the right-bottom conveys the idea of label. A lot of concepts involved, but all suited in a simple image.
That’s all, sorry for my english!