St. Francis Hospital

by robin21 • Uploaded: Dec. 29 '08 - Gallerized: Jan. '09

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Description: This was made for a small church-hospice.
As seen on: www.szentferenckorhaz.hu

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sdijock Dec. 29 '08

Beautiful. Refreshing spin on an often overused concept.

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gyui Dec. 29 '08

agree, really well done!:)

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mcdseven Dec. 29 '08

fantastic mark, 10 out of 10 for that. Typography looks very bland imo... I'll probably be slated but I would use a 'Helvetica' weight or even a 'Chalet' weight with that... apart from that lovely job.

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penflare Dec. 29 '08

i think gotham would look best here

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saawan Dec. 30 '08

Very nice! Added to faves :)

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graphican Dec. 30 '08

Wao! This logo deserves a Madel!

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logotypecentralen.se Jan. 07 '09

simply marvelous logo design here

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henkebarn Jan. 07 '09

Great job! I like the hands/bird thing very much, but what I really think is great are the colors you've chosen to work with. The blue is a very calm blue, perfect for hospitals. The font is not boring, but not too vivid. Great!

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misterblubs Jan. 08 '09

Brilliant. A really intelligent and sensitive execution. There's so many weak marks that have been done using hands. This one nails it.

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grubedoo Jan. 08 '09

The fact that St. Francis is the patron saint of animals and folk-lore holds he even preached to birds (recounted in the Fioretti) makes this logo that much more significant. Excellent.

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tanyildiz Jan. 29 '09

explanatory, cute, meaningful without name and excellent work..

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robin21 Jan. 31 '09

Thanks for everyone!

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robin21 Apr. 21 '09

Errr....what is it exactly that you find in these common? One logo features a bird which has hands as wings (and fingers as feathers). The other is a hand which has wings....So I don't see any kind of connection here. Plus the execution in style is completely different. The hand with the wings looks like it had been made by an old grandpa with a shaking hand.

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JF Feb. 04 '11

Wow...wow...incredible.

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Type and Signs Oct. 04 '11

how could I miss this ??? B E A U T Y !

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