Lets hope they play Bingo outside of the UK otherwise that will make no sense, or might be mis-interpreted as a request for duck logos this week. Neither the desired result, so lets move swiftly on………
Yesterday was a cracker. Really great start, 68 logos approved, would have been another 20 more if I’d preferred your designs company to my girlfriends last night, but we’ll clear any backlog today I promise. Heres the talking points from yesterday:
Firstly we’ve already had two revisions from designs that made this weeks shortlist, or keep trying list. You people just can’t get enough, your dedication is very admirable and much appreciated. Heres the before and afters:
(left is the old version)
Dazzler has actually submitted two further revisions of Tagshirt, modified the tag, made it into a shirt attached to the “p”. Excellent comments so far on the new version such as “Definitly one of my favorites in the “simple but nice” section. Works really good with the different colors, and the tags attached to the p is just adorable.” from YourfriendBob. One of the bookies favourites for a shortlist place this week i’d say.
(new version on the right)
Alizarine added a dotted line to emphasise the label aspect, giving more emphasis to the “created by” in the process. All in all I think its has more visual impact now. What do you think?
No monkeys :( But a great start nonetheless, internally we’ve been really impressed with what came in yesterday, tons of great entries….here are some talkingpoints
Visual Spreading by Oliver
Pushing the typography envelope with an excellent text only entries, still memorable despite its simplicity through the combination of white, blue, orange on black. But does it hit the brief? What do you think?
Also showing that you can do alot, with very little graphical elements and designs don’t have to hang around a shirt graphic.
- First superhero inspired entry. Not sure on the legal implications of using this one, but interesting idea combining the S into a shirt. If your going to save the world, Spreadshirt would make a fine choice of apparel, but how we warn you it probably wont help you look good in lycra.
- First combination of tag and shirt. Awesome approach to use block 3d style the front as the shirt, the shadow the label. Sort of fits with the behind every great shirt from spreadshirt is a greater label that you are all running - producing and marketing your designs.
What are your highlights from yesterday? Anything exceptional catch your eye?