Feb. 02 '09
Logo for a Mumbai based Jewelry Designer.
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I like this...
very nice - it has a very hand painted traditional 'kanjii' feel to it.
Yes, I really like it too. Great flow. Perfect for a jewelry designer. Have you tried color? This could get fun...
Like it too!
this one is so great!
This is beautiful! Very elegant and upscale... I imagine it would look stunning on a frosted glass door or display case. Great job!
beautiful logo. Into my favs.
Adding a jewel tone to the dot of the J could really add a nice subtle connection the jewelry industry without being too obvious.
Great job there!
love it bhaji - ace portfolio to match
Raja, I don't know how good I am but you're truly amazing. Great work you have up there.
Let me know if any of your client needs a custom font, am good at that. :-).
This is nice, just curious did you use a brush to create this?
I started this by doing some calligraphy practice using a wooden stick and Ink. Later I picked up a few drawings and refined them using Illustrator. The word mark "Nandita Jhaveri" was set in my own typeface called Engrez.
Personally I love script/calligraphy based logos.
cool, yeah I love doing calligraphy also. good stuff mate.
satya, drop me an em, I will have work for you. You can get my contact info off the site www.rajasandhu.com
Raja, you're already in my facebook buddy list, you just forgot. :)
Will talk soon.
Great calligraphy work, i love it!
What technique did you use for developing the calligraphic work? Is it brush in paper first and then vectors?
Love it but I see ni instead of nj.
Great logo, the flow created by the two letters is nice.
To be honest I was so caught up in the beauty of the strokes that I never bothered reading the name. I read it as yj all this time. I still admire the beauty in the strokes and the angle of it.
Thanks for you comments, Logomotive.
I totally agree with what your saying - some people are reading this as yj or rather uj. I am still waiting for the client's approval and will definitely fix it if she agrees to move further on this concept.
This is so beautiful.. I love it... great work mate. Wish i had done it!
awesome logo - awesome portfolio
Probably it looks like simple form but very expressive and amazing callygraphy harmonizing with type!
This is great, are you available for a project? please contact me if you are firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, my turn to pass on some praise. Really elegant mark. Nice work! :)
LOVELY!!! A perfect logo, perfect balance, perfect...!!!:P
Satya u great...
this style look as a logo for Japan company. great !
How did I miss this...it's truly beautiful!
Thank you. Thank you. :)
Nicely done. Me likes!
really nicely done.
Simple, elegant, and beautiful.
I keep coming back and looking at this because it is so awesome. One of the coolest designs I have every seen!
Firebrand - thanks for the link. Thats a complete rip-off! I am ashamed to see this.
Firebrand - thanks for the link. Thats a complete rip-off! *They should be ashamed to do this.
* sorry for the english in the previous comment.
@satya No worries. I hope it has a satisfactory outcome.
Ok, so that rip-off on 99 designs has won the contest. Its new proud owner is Mr. Michael Jin whose contact information is conveniently displayed right on the rip-off itself.
lol...that's just crazy.
Time to figure out who Oliva is and how I can screw up their week :)
I reported it to 99designs three days ago but it looks like they chose to ignore it.
Well in any case, satya, I have her email address and full name if you wish to contact her.
Oliva's response to me was.
"LOL! Don't waste your time."
^ Time for a whole can of whoop ass if you ask me.
Lachlan from 99designs here. We absolutely do take copyright disputes seriously, I've asked our support team to look at it as a priority. Firebrand, can I ask how you contacted us so that I can follow it up?
- Lachlan, 99designs.com
@lox - I have also reported this issue using your "report the designer" function. I also contacted the person who owned the auction warning him/her to be careful not to pick up this specific design due to it being an obvious rip-off. And he/she picked this exact design as winner. Ain't it something ?
In any case, since you are here - can you explain why your website requires creating an account to report a copyright violation ?
If you do indeed take copyright disputes seriously, the reporting process should be absolutely frictionless. The only thing your account requirement did was (a) it annoyed me (b) it forced me to use on of bugmenot's logins (c) and it left my puzzling as to why you decided to add hurdles to the process.
Given the seriousness and scale of the copyright violation issues on 99designs there should be a very big button next the every contest entry _and_ designer profile to report a violation. Click it, type the details, optionally provide a contact information, click Submit. And that's it.
@epsilon Yup, fair point on the signup process for reporting copyright violations. We are in the process of redesigning that process to improve it, we'll take that into consideration.
Lachlan, I see you carefully worded your last statement to leave out this.
"Given the seriousness and scale of the copyright violation issues on 99designs there should be a very big button next the every contest entry and designer profile to report a violation. Click it, type the details, optionally provide a contact information, click Submit. And that's it."
If you are serious about fixing the problem, the above statement is what you need to implement.
Just to let you guys know, we have suspended the user, removed the designs in question and let the contest holder know.
As I said earlier we are currently working on a redesign of our reporting system so these problems can be handled quicker and are easier to report. We genuinely are listening to feedback and criticisms and hope to make copyright violations like this much less of an issue as soon as possible.
@Brandsimplicity Yes, there will be a button :)
Lachlan, thank you for addressing our concerns in regards to this issue.
Thanks for the follow-up, Lachlan.
Thanks for the great support, everyone! It wouldn't have been solved without your help.
Now I love you all, :D.
Thanks Lachlan, David, Alex, Fabian and Jared for working together to bring closure to this particular case of plagiarism.
@satya: No problem, I'm sure you would have done the same. We should all raise our heads above the parapet to weed out these blatant thieves.
Great work Satya, could you contact me at email@example.com ? I'd like to discuss your custom font services.
first time seeing this. It's a pity it was surrounded by so much controversy because it is truely an amazing mark.
glad of the outcome of the dispute too.
Better late than never "Jewel of a logo"
Yeah, this is a beauty.
I could look at this all day and not mind.
^^agree wid joe..
like it a lot, very mumbai too!
There are quite a lot of characters with different font sizes and angles of rotation. moncler jackets Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton outlet
Very nice work.. glad of being 100th floater..
I love this. Better late than never!
can you also design something like this for me? How much will it cost?
schaefa, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are loads of these crappy shenanigans going on with the crowd design sites. I admire the diligence displayed here, but it's a losing battle. I love this site, but unfortunately posting a logo here is often step one in having it stolen.
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