The Kitchen NYC

by EnGar • Uploaded: Jul. 14 '10

Description: Unused: TheKitchenNYC is a testing (and tasting) ground for chefs to try and test their new recipes as a space for product demonstration and events.

Status: Unused proposal

Commenting: Not seeking critique

Tags: elegantforkspooncitynew

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engar said on Jul. 14 '10

I was wondering if you've seen anything like this before, I know skylines are commonly used but haven't seen a close-concept. Thank you.

engar said on Jul. 14 '10

I removed the gradiant background and did a small fix on the mark due visibility issues.

Feedback apreciated :)

engar said on Jul. 14 '10

Thank You Matt for your float :)

mfrank said on Jul. 14 '10

IMO..I don't think the moon is necessary. Also in the middle building...something is up with the bottom of the building. There's like a couple missing pixels of black or something...unless it's just me or my screen.

Otherwise good job mate.

engar said on Jul. 14 '10

Thank you, yes, the moon was actually just a last minute update for the site, I thoug it was a nice touch, but I will probably remove it.

And well... that strange thing in the middle building was just an inner joke... it's a cab, I didn't think anyone would point it out... :)

mfrank said on Jul. 14 '10

If you keep the moon..maybe make it a hair smaller.

engar said on Jul. 15 '10

Well I kept the moon... at least for now, made it smaller and played with the colours a bit.

Comments? Thank you.

engar said on Jul. 20 '10

Minor modifcations were applied. Accepted concept.

engar said on Jul. 24 '10

This is now displayed on Creattica and LogoMoose n.n

engar said on Oct. 13 '10

Well, this logo in the end was not used, still is one my very best and I got the rare honor (for a newcomer like me) of having it in several known sites as featured, now the client found out and wants me to remove it from everywhere because it was rejected and I also think because it has it's company name on it.

I didn't sign anything, it was all very casual.

Can they do that? Sorry for posting here, it's the first time a client comes to me telling me something like this, and I have no idea where and who to ask. Thanks in advance.

dezinart said on May. 31 '11

I'm 99.9% sure that they can't tell you what to do with what you've created. Regardless of whether or not their name is on it. Especially if there was no contract signed addressing this issue. It's you're work.

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