Falanx

by Tømme • Uploaded: Nov. 14 '10 - Gallerized: Nov. '10

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Description: A football badge for a friend of mine. For those who don't have a clue what Falanx stands for... The phalanx is a military formation first used in ancient Greece. *update: See the bigger version on my homepage*
As seen on: http://www.madebythomas.com

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milou Nov. 14 '10

Yeah, very cool Thomas.

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JoePrince Nov. 14 '10

Wow TB, a really great piece. Congrats.

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Tømme Nov. 14 '10

Thnx Joe, appreciate it a lot!

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mavric Nov. 14 '10

well done man, nice execution.

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logomotive Nov. 14 '10

Yes, very nicely done.

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myway999 Nov. 14 '10

great work, mate. congrats!

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dotflo Nov. 14 '10

is this..SPARTA? :)), very nice lookin

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Tømme Nov. 15 '10

Thanks everyone, appreciate all the kind words :)

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Pixualmedia Nov. 15 '10

Super uitgevoerd, klasse...

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atomicvibe Nov. 15 '10

Very strong looking badge. Nicely done!

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malicho Nov. 15 '10

the only thing i noticed, and it's probably because im american, but the ball looks more like a volleyball at first.

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Atomicvibe Nov. 15 '10

%5EYou know, I thought the same thing, but I bit my tongue and chalked it up to American ignorance. But now that you said something about it, are there soccer (foot)balls that look like this as opposed to the ones with the iconic pentagonal pattern?

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Tømme Nov. 16 '10

It supposed to look like an old football. Even barca has the same sort of ball in their badge %3B) - http://d.pr/s5TT

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atomicvibe Nov. 16 '10

Ah, well, there you go. Just goes to show how much we Americans know about (what the REST of the world calls) football.

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zephyr Nov. 22 '10

You the man, T%F8mme!

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smallbig-design Dec. 02 '10

Great I love the phalanx formation ever since RTW came out great idea

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c4creative Dec. 21 '10

This is mesmerising. Good work.

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richardbaird Dec. 21 '10

This is great, @smallbig-design whats RTW? I have seen a few logos recently with the four segments split across an X with icons but wasn't sure whether the style had a name or was historically based.

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Tømme Dec. 24 '10

thnx guys. @richardbaird I wouldn't have a clue tbh :p

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