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by peterotoole • Uploaded: Jul. 22 '08

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Description: This wasn't created as a logo as such but as a promotional piece that would later be printed on t-shirts, bags etc. The idea is that the company has much more than commercialism at heart.. i.e their roots go deeper. Let me know what you think.
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Type08 Jul. 26 '08

This is a good idea, but it looks kind of messy. It thought it was for a cable company... Personally, I would loose the FABAN part and I would try to insert real naturalistic looking tree roots bellow the bar-code... Simple but more natural flow... Just an idea...

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peterotoole Jul. 26 '08

Thanks for the comments Type08. I never personally liked the F%EDb%EDn inserted where it was but the client wanted it there. You think i should clean it up.. interesting. do you mean removing the smaller roots that are coming out of the bigger ones or do you mean simplify the actual root structure?

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Type08 Jul. 27 '08

Just make it look more natural but simple... Like the real tree roots look like... Spread it more than the vertical path of the bar-code...

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yorch Aug. 17 '08

I thought it had to do with some hairdressing company or some shampoo and conditioner. :)

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peterotoole Aug. 25 '08

Hairdressing Company? Interesting. I can totally see where you're getting that from. Never saw that now personally. I don't think i'd personally like to get my hair cut there if it was a logo for a hairdressing company... haha

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yorch Sep. 11 '08

LOL. Well it may represent an %22after and before%22 concept.

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THEArtistT Oct. 01 '08

I saw the concept sorta. From a distance it looked like a bar code unraveling. I thought it creative but complicated at first. When I found out it would be printed at larger sizes so the roots could be easier seen, I think it is fine. Maybe not great. I agree the roots should be less vertical and more spread out so there is a lot less confusion.

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