Feb. 18 '10
Unused proposal for a web based newsletter marketing firm.
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This has a great sense of balance.
Good stuff Mr. Spitz. I like it more than your first version.
@OcularInk %26 Chad Sanderson - Thanks a lot guys! The client said he wanted something a bit more 'corporate friendly' than the last guy...*
so it is friendly.
@milou - %5EOh, no I meant that's what I was shooting for with this set. I agree with you! %3B) Haven't heard back from the client on these yet...
Nice, Michael, I like it.
Big improvement IMO.
@ethereal %26 JoePrince - Thanks a lot guys! :)*It's a totally different direction, but I'm liking where it's headed...%3Cbr%3EMaybe that first guy'll get picked up by a crazy 'fan mail' site one day...ha! %3B)
@katheriney - Thanks a lot Katherine!! :)
Have you heard back from the client on any of these Michael?
@Chad - Hey Chad %3E Yeah, they told me last week they were pretty set on this guy, but they wanted to run it through the office... Expecting an answer momentarily 'I hope' %3B)
@absoludicrous - Thanks a lot Tony!**Ha! I hadn't realized this had hit the gallery... :)
Simplicity works :)
I try to receive some newletter clickking on the logo....but don't work....nice and direct....good job
great work Michael!
good work Michael!
@Hayes Image - Thanks Josh! Cheers!**@Norbornano - When it goes live I'll let you know and you can try again... Ha! %3B) Thanks a lot!**@KonradK / andreiu - Thanks a lot guys! Really appreciate it! :)*
Great work, Michael. nice graphic solution to the design. and fun.
@Mikeymike - Thanks a bunch Mike! :)
@T%F8mme - Thanks a lot Thomas!
Very stylish, I like it a lot.
Coooool logo! I like it! Excellent work as always!
@azao %26 Petro - Thanks so much guys! Really appreciate it!
Great work Michael! I dare to wonder how varying the ending of the grey lines would look...rather than so straight. Maybe more breezy?
@micahthomson - Thanks a lot for the comment Micah! :)**You know, I actually submitted versions to the client with varying lengths, as well as some with an overall 'wave' in the grey section (think %3E a flag). Ultimately though, I think the clarity %26 balance of this one won out over the 'breezy' details...
Well, in the end apparently this guy's going to have to go unused...%3Cbr%3EFrom what I gather, the company contact liked it a lot...but in the end he was countered by corporate bureaucracy...%3Cbr%3ENot sure what the final marks going to be yet, but for the moment, I'm sorry to say this guy's going back on the shelf.
Mark is first class!!
@oski - Thanks again buddy! Much appreciated! :)
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