Art Generation

by gtbernstein • Uploaded: Oct. 06 '08
Gallerized Oct. '08 c4faee51bedf7e1bd3f6789b68768406.png

Description: Logo presented for a program for a local art museum to get kids involved in art.

Status: Unused proposal

Commenting: Actively seeking critiques

Tags: kidspaintbrushgenerationart

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logomotive said on Oct. 06 '08

I like the concept, have you tried welding the bottom part together? I think if you have just the heads and arms that would be enough. and a nice clean bottom line to form the brush. Just my 2 cents.

sandhya said on Oct. 06 '08

i agree with logomotive! nice one!

gyui said on Oct. 06 '08

i like it. i like the separation of the kids from the type because the white space between the kids hints at the white brush bristles. but logomotive's thoughts could work too:) either way I like it a lot.

gtbernstein said on Oct. 06 '08

Tried it with just the heads and arms and it didn't get that nice look of the bristles of the paint brush. That's why we ended up using the whole bodies.

azacarias7 said on Oct. 06 '08

Very nice, cought my eye!

gthobbs said on Oct. 06 '08

Great concept.

penflare said on Oct. 06 '08

i love it, it looks very nice! floated

BigAl67 said on Oct. 07 '08

Like it a lot.

hoodvisions said on Oct. 08 '08

That one is just great - I wouldn't change anything!

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joebarondesign said on Oct. 08 '08

i think this is a very well done logo. The concept and design is on point. I think even if you were able to fit the hands and heads only, it wouldn't be as effective as the whole bodies.

gtbernstein said on Oct. 08 '08

Just wanted to say thanks to everyone for the feedback. You'll all probably be amazed to hear the client didn't dig it.

gthobbs said on Oct. 08 '08

After 18 years doing this...nothing a client does amazes me anymore. Their loss however.

logomotive said on Oct. 08 '08


tato said on Oct. 08 '08

like it too

Unit B said on Oct. 09 '08

Great concept AND execution. Maybe you'll be able to resurrect it for someone who does "dig it." Hey, maybe they just didn't like red paint! Not sure if I can say this on the post since I'm brand new here (get it, "brand" new?), but the client may just be a putz.

lucadolci said on Oct. 10 '08

Very nice concept ^_^

miss godbout said on Oct. 10 '08

indeed very neat idea !

jdizon said on Oct. 14 '08

Nice! I think changing the all red color of the painted children to a rainbow of colors
might be something to toy around with.. The red reminds me of blood.

kokolynee said on Oct. 15 '08

Great idea, very nice execution, and nice choice of type

vinaidv said on Oct. 15 '08

really a cool design I like the concept and execution.

xpressions said on Nov. 02 '08

Clever. It's a cool concept.

hipcheck said on Nov. 14 '08

this is among my fave logos on the site... my only tiny issue is that when it's not full-size, you can't tell that the people are kids. aside from that, I love the white space and all the touches

bnpelsoh said on Jan. 06 '09

As one of the client decision makers, it's important to note there were several other directions and we choose the one we felt was strongest.

We felt the paint brush represented house painting not art and, as can be seen above, it doesn't work well small.

You can see the logo we chose on our website www.mam.org

logomotive said on Jan. 06 '09

@ bnpelsoh, I can really buy your point after seeing this was for "kids" but I also agree with Relevant in the fact that the current logo does not convey the "art" message either. Perhaps this one could have been done with more of a artbrush rather than a paint brush. Good logo regardless.

firebrand said on Jan. 06 '09

Looks a bit generic to me.

vlyons said on Nov. 06 '09

gtbernstein, can you contact me about this logo?

dercane said on Nov. 02 '11

Hi Gtbernstein, I am looking for your contact everywhere but I can't find it, could you please contact me for this logo, my email adress is dercane@hotmail.com. It's a bit urgent. Thanks a lot. Fanny

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