Nov. 17 '09
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Coming from the H form to the red cross.
Just for fun
%5E this brings up a very interesting question? where does inspiration come from? or is it just purely coincidental? these are all similar but have certain similarities,I did this http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/73549 after the above link but was inspired by my own design seen here http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/41745 prior to the above link designs like this are so questionable to the integrity of an individual.
I floated BTW.
I've never seen this,and think it is unique enough. I like the mark.
anyone see my point?
Yes, and it is indeed a good solid point, however, i would add my opinion on this%3B it's not only about inspiration, sometimes it's just about the visual concept. On a blank canvas, if someone gives you an H and tells you to make a cross out of it, you would eventually end up either with Healthy Additions, Health Plus or Healthy Cross (with the suggestive green), and you would end up creating one of these even if you've never seen any of the other logos mentioned. And I think this is a creative and original process. I also think all of the logos are strong and unique concepts. All i'm saying is that not everything is based on inspiration, a great part of the process involves the visual concepts the mind gives to skilled designers.
Feels like another version in your stream of consciousness. I don't like the gradients though lol.
Oops I totally misread this. I thought logomotive did this. If he's OK with it then it's cool.
%5EAgreed. Remove that darn gradient! %3B)
@Lecart, pretty much what I was trying to say but you said it much better.
Logomotiieve, sorry i didnt see your question. *It just comes from the negative of H.*I think it is very simple logic, but a good gag.*Every time i try to see the negatives of the types, and than the shapes negative, thats cen give stthin plus (or minus).
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