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by InkwillDesign • Uploaded: Oct. 31 '09 - Gallerized: Mar. '10

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Description: Available concept. Client went with another solution. (Sold!)

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alexanderspliid

I don't know where you are spotting that animal housten. I only see a cute lady/girl???

Anyways it's a great logo imo.

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Momentummagazine

Yeah I also see like a leopard or tiger. Very subtle, but it's definitely there.

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alexanderspliid

i hope someone will spot that girl :) or maybe i'm just going nuts,

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epsilon

Ha, there _is_ a girl indeed. I would've not seen it without a hint though :)

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barryconvex

I was instantly reminded of The Premonition movie poster:
http://eu.movieposter.com/posters/archive/main/46/MPW-23010

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alexanderspliid

I'm glad you've spotted it too epsilon :)

I wonder if she was intentionally placed in there.

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logoboom

exactly... if you look at the bottom shape as a mouth...it's a girl. If you see it as a nose... it's an animal.

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logoboom

Here's a question for david though... does "available concept" in the description cross the line or is it ok. I suppose it's similar to "unused concept" or "rejected comp". Just curious.

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Momentummagazine

^Interesting point Glen. I'm sure we'll find out soon enough though.

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Type08

The female face here is a nice bonus but looking at it this way also offered a possible 'problem' here - lower branches need to change shape, otherwise you got 2 nice D cups in front of the face, yah know what I mean?

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muse7

Elegant and simple. I saw both although the ladies face stood out more for me. Perhaps make the mouth leaf a little more defined as lips adding the curves of the upper lip. You could also play with putting a white stem through the lip leaf where the lips part.

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William © 2009

Haha, how can you see a feline?! Definitely, felines have a more "heart-shaped" nose, in my opinion. Alen, I don't understand your metaphor. Or wasn't it a metaphor? Because if it wasn't, I don't see the D cups.

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William © 2009

I wonder if I should add the nose of the lady...?

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Type08

Really didn't mean to offend you or anything, it was just something that I saw here, so I thought some other people might as well... Imagine naked girl laying down, and you're looking at her from below... See it now?

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Lecart

Alen does have a point, i see it quite clearly, but i don't think it's a problem, it's more of a subjective-self-suggested (

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William © 2009

Hahaha, yeeea, I see it now. Now that's what I call to see the other side of things! =P (But, a feline???! Oh come onnnnn...)

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brandsimplicity

Maybe snip off the outer boobs...I mean branches;)

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William © 2009

I'm terrible at pruning but I'll try =P

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barryconvex

Am I speaking in tongues? The concept has been done before, so better try something original.

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OcularInk

I can definitely see both the woman and animal in the negative space, but the woman's face is more clear to me. Also, Alen makes a great observation about the D-cups, haha, but I doubt most people will ever make that association...designer's maybe, but not the general public. :-)

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dezinart

Yea, I instantly thought of the Premonition poster as well...

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theartistt

Saw the girl immediately. Love it.

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William © 2009

Thanks everyone. As for the Premonition poster, I hadn't seen it before. Actually, the only movie poster I know is the Back to the Future one :D

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datzebao

Cute, i saw the girl :)

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lucadolci

Idem, saw the girl!

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TwinklinPixi3

I really love this logo, subtle, i like it :)

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VB Design

Awesomeness!

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Logo Design Monster

I really like this. It's a great logo. I can see a lady's face but no animals but even without the shapes it still looks great.

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plantingseeds

Lovely typography and any logo with an extra hidden little something are always more fun to look at!

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michele13

I love the design--is it for sale?
michele.shackelford.phd@gmail.com

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Inkwill Design

Thanks everyone!

@Michele, I sent you an email. Sorry for the late response.

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