Nails Club 2

by alexmark • Uploaded: Jul. 07 '11 - Gallerized: Jul. '11

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Description: Salon on manicure and a pedicure.
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13mu Jul. 08 '11

cool! %26 colors %26 forms)

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alexmark Jul. 08 '11

Proboval razniy, etot ponravilcya bolshe vceh!

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ColinTierney Jul. 08 '11

great concept and execution.

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LadyGrey Jul. 09 '11

Pozdravlyayu, Lesha!

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Type08 Jul. 09 '11

Partial view of the thumb would help close the upper left blank space and maybe balance it more. Great concept, just my 2 cents.

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ru_ferret Jul. 09 '11

I think an article and preposition is unnecessary in the tagline, correct me if i'm wrong. Just %22Manicure %26 pedicure salon%22?

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JF Jul. 09 '11

I'd rather see this designed in the designer's native language -- russian -- rather than a poor attempt at translating it into english%3B sorry to say, the translation did not go well. Design-wise, this is unreadable at smaller sizes, so the words written incorrectly will be hard to read anyway. It's unfortunate.

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alexmark Jul. 10 '11

Kill me for my bad English))).

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JF Jul. 10 '11

Alex, I really think you are a talented designer of graphics. You have a great style. But, words matter, and words that represent a logo need to represent them as well as, or better than, the graphic itself. **This is not a personal attack on you, so please do not take it as such. I say this from a general point of view: words matter. Think of it like this: logos here on logopond can only get in if they're type only (words only) or type and graphics. A graphic-only logo doesn't get in. Why? Because it's incomplete. That alone illustrates my point: words are more communicative on their own than a graphic is. Which means improper english is not good for the design, and does not effectively communicate a logo's intent. **I understand this is not a logo that was commissioned by a client -- it's on brandstack at http://brandstack.com/logo-design/details/29679 -- so no harm, no foul. But in my personal opinion, if you'd like to sell this design to someone some day, if you happen to know someone personally who speaks fluent english, have them take a look at work you're translating to english before you post it there. You may have better luck selling it in the future. **I once again, mean this in the most kindest, professional manner possible, and my aim is to help you improve. Please do not be offended.

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alexmark Jul. 10 '11

I don't take offense at criticism)) it is quite admissible. This sign isn't sold also I don't try to sell it. For me the idea is important, the writing can be corrected! In all the rest the logo seems to me quite %u0437%u0430%u043A%u043E%u043D%u0447%u0435%u043D%u044B%u043C.%0D*

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alexmark Jul. 10 '11

I don't take offense at criticism)) it is quite admissible. This sign isn't sold also I don't try to sell it. For me the idea is important, the writing can be corrected! %u0412%u0440 the rest the logo to me seems to all quite finished.%0D*%0D*

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nathantrafford Jul. 10 '11

you could just change it to 'manicures and pedicures'

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atomicvibe Jul. 14 '11

Great mark! I do agree with the comments about the translation, but otherwise, I love it. Very creative take on the typical salon motifs.

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neuartist Jul. 25 '11

Love this logo!!! is cute and girly!

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galogo Jan. 26 '12

Always love this!!

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ihilbig Oct. 20 '12

I want to use this logo!!!

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ihilbig Oct. 20 '12

Customize it for me!

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