Let's pick the winner for the Wacom Logo Design contest
Posted 13 January 2008 - 06:25 PM
Just in case you want to see all the entries in once place, you can find them in this flickr album.
All the registered members of DC community can vote and post comments about the entries and anything related to the contest.
The poll will be open for 1 week.
I want to mention that this contest should not be taken too seriously. It is just our was to show that idependent designers can do things sometimes even better than acclaimed design companies with huge bugdets. I would also recommend to visit the portfolio websites of our finalists to see their other works.
Here are the entries:
#2 by onesummer
#16 by Beanhead Logos
#20 by jarguez82
#22 by iTwin
#41 by andrendhiq
#55 by cincytodd
#57 by squarelogo
#61 by up_n_rising
#63 by aurellius
Posted 13 January 2008 - 06:53 PM
So, congrats to onesummer from me for this nice work.
The Portfolio Website
Posted 13 January 2008 - 10:09 PM
I love the w and m flowing into each other in 45
and in 18. . .I think it would have been great to go from the scratchy lettering it started with leave it as the w to finish up with a blown out of a victorian m. . .and the stages inbetween. . .
so for me. . .45
but it is not one of the choices. But I wanted the artist to know. . "good show"
peace by peace, Dawn:)
oh btw. . .has anyone noticed the animated NBC peacock logo swirls around to look very simlar to the "designer" wacom logo. . .until it finishes its morph and becomes a peacock.
Posted 14 January 2008 - 03:14 AM
@ulahts, thank you for the critique, however, without providing any examples or explanation to support your claim that my design is "cliché and overused", making such comments without any support is far from constructive criticism. if you are going to make negative comments on someone's design you should at least provide ample support to back your claim. Wouldn't you agree?
while #63 is an ambigram, it's just not legible..To learn what makes an ambigram truly "good", try reading John Langdon's Wordplay, it is a great book. honestly, if you had not known already it was a logo for 'wacom' would you have really read it as such? And how does it convey the company's products? I give him much credit though, as it is a very good effort with the 'a' and 'o', however the 'c' breaks legibility.
visit my portfolio website at: www.pauljobson.com
Posted 15 January 2008 - 04:02 PM
Posted 15 January 2008 - 05:55 PM
while #63 is an ambigram, it's just not legible..To learn what makes an ambigram truly "good", try reading John Langdon's Wordplay, it is a great book. honestly, if you had not known already it was a logo for 'wacom' would you have really read it as such?
lol just noticed this
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