Tree Care 2

by Agnese • Uploaded: Mar. 12 '15 - Gallerized: Mar. '15

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Description: One of the logo design options for arborists.
As seen on: Dribbble

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Status: Work in progress
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Tags: clever green pines trees
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bartodell Mar. 12 '15

I like this hand mark but it feels as if the type is disconnected. The spacing is what is causing this for me.

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samdemastrie Mar. 12 '15

It is a cool mark, but it feels like the finger tips are cut off.

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atomicvibe Mar. 13 '15

I like the mark. I think the versions in which the "branches" point downward (basically, the arrowheads point up) are the most successful. I love the etched wood mockup. I agree with Bart on the disconnectedness of the mark to type. This could easily be solved by bringing them closer together.

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agnese Mar. 13 '15

Thank you guys for your feedback! I worked on the typography and also changed the typeface to slab serif as it seemed to fit the symbol better.

I wonder if others also perceive the symbol the same way Sam does?

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ru_ferret Mar. 13 '15

The idea is very good. I think you can a) play with the length of the fingers and b) make the "path" a little shorter. Sans serif type is more to my taste.

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agnese Mar. 25 '15

I had a symbol version with fingers in different lengths but it didn't work out so well.

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