Designer: Gareth Hardy
Wow, this is a great idea.
I’ve seen your other logos around as well, all very impressive.
Though, I am starting to see a trend with these brand concepts. Not sure if this is an actual company.. I am assuming it is a fictional brand to be sold on incspring or something…
Amazing nonetheless, but coming up with a logo design for an already established company, with a name, and a target audience is much more difficult and requires a lot more creativity and experience. These concept brands seem to be a backwards way of cheating.
Wow, this is really nice concept. Liked it
The concept is interesting, but the choice of color, typeface, and spacing leave a lot of desire for refinement. Looks like a quick first draft.
Really like the idea of the two bottles, not so sure about the text though!
My first impression was it looks like a nose. ODD.
Looks more like spectacles than binoculars… nice idea, execution needs work.
Seems to be a common theme with many of my critiques out here. Guess it is just the instructor in me…
its a good idea, but the color choice and type are not very good for a wine company.
I’ve seen one similar to this, but I don’t rememeber where… Nice concept.
Simply…. awesome… great job, very well done
Very good design, nice execution, perfect color scheme… what more can be said?
Thanks for all the comments. This wasn’t dreamed up for incspring, but is actually an unused proposal for http://www.winesearcher.com
Sorry, but the first thing I saw was a body (abdomen) with the legs chopped off. My co-worker saw a neck, shoulders and boobs.
i like the design of (ff) is real
amazing really , great idea !
too bad it was unused. it’s light years better than the one the client ostensibly greenlit. as for the comment of it being an abdomen with with legs chopped off or a neck, shoulders and boobs – all i can say is two hundred hits of acid is too. much. acid.
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