Swiss Modern Dance Festival

by JuliusSeniunas • Uploaded: Sep. 18 '11

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Description: Two dancing figures were created to form Swiss symbol . Improved .
Status: Just for fun
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jands Sep. 18 '11

Waiting for comments !

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ColinTierney Sep. 18 '11

this is fun, i like the concept.

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Type and Signs Sep. 18 '11

c o o l ... l i k e i t !

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designtofeel Sep. 18 '11

Since this is SWISS, Helvetica would probably be a better choice for the font. It's fun and clever though.

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cresk Sep. 19 '11

Another Cheers mate!

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jands Sep. 19 '11

glad u like it !! :))

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jands Sep. 20 '11

actually i like the other version of this logo with bolder figures . What do you think ?

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action Sep. 22 '11

What about g spot for this clever design?

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malicho Sep. 27 '11

swiss egyptian? i like it

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jands Sep. 27 '11

hehe ! actually it was not about Egypt , but i agree , it commemorates a bit their national dances :D ! Thanks for the float guys !

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oias Sep. 27 '11

Agreed with @action, smart enough to be there, any critique, nope*the symbol%B4s looking flawless, maybe another typo a bit more*squared and I%B4d give more importance to the symbol so the typo can*be reduced in size so the symbol will impact at first look.**Added to Favs too! Congrats.

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oias Sep. 27 '11

Swiss Dance Dance Revolution Style! :D

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balic Oct. 01 '11

Great idea and execution!*I just think that swiss cross has equal thickness on all sides and your left and right sides are thinner than top and bottom.

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jands Oct. 01 '11

hmmm , i think that it is pretty much the same :D Now i have no possibility to testi it out :)

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jands Oct. 01 '11

just improved proportions of the cross !

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groman Oct. 10 '11

Really nice work. I love it.

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emesghali Oct. 12 '11

like it a lot, id like to see if the dancers kind of became more fluid or smooshy (softer edges) would the mark still hold? maybe softer around the edges and crisper in the center to maintain the swiss mark? just a thought. i think the straight line dancers remind me of something not very swiss.

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jands Jan. 15 '12

thanks thanks and thanks again ! Appreciate your feedback !

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