WimmerWerk

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€269 paid

108 custom designs

40 pre-qualified designers.

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Winning design #6 by farazjan4506295, Logo Design for WimmerWerk Contest
Gold Medal

designed by farazjan4506295

Project description

Kfz Werkstatt, Motorsport, Reifenhandel

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Comments

  • Hi please see my work thankyou for you feedback #97
  • Hi please see my work thankyou for you feedback #96
  • avo
    http://www.gtgraphics.org/generics/generic_logotypes3.jpg
  • http://www.gtgraphics.org/genericlogos.html
  • Another variation of #51 and #52. #78
  • hello sir kindly check my logo proposal i hope you like it
    thank you:) #75
  • Hello sir,

    Please check my different logo Concepts as per your brief.

    and please let me know if you have any feedback or changes for me, so we can get quality output as you want..

    Thanks
    #71
  • Hello sir,

    Please check my different logo Concepts as per your brief.

    and please let me know if you have any feedback or changes for me, so we can get quality output as you want..

    Thanks
    #74
  • Please comment & rate #51, #52, #78.
    Thank you.
  • My 1st proposal design in your project. I hope you like this. Thank you. #59 #59
  • please feedback.... #54
  • please coment me....!! #53
  • http://www.gtgraphics.org/genericlogos.html
    • @KeyJayPi It's disturbing as to why the most generic-looking logos(#3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9) currently have the highest rating, while the ones with original concepts are given ratings lower than 40(such as #16, #14, etc).

  • The primary design of the logo is based on the frontal portion of a motorbike: the orange W with side extensions resemble the handlebars and the head, the circle resemble the headlight, and the gray shape resembles the screen at the front. Inspired by the F1 Formula logo, there are actually 2 W's in the logo: the obvious one being the orange W, while the other one is the negative space between said W and gray screen.

    As always, feel free to give out criticism/suggestions/feedback about my design. #26