Hatching new and explosive ideas. Kaboom! Cluck cluck...
Logo for a creative agency i made up. Critique is welcomed.
One egg comes out of an shell. Make the yoke more drippy. Like when I crack an egg it has a certain drip from the center of the crack in a shell. Make the shell more of a off white. Unless brown eggs are more common in your country. If thats the case make it more brown. The color of the spark shouldn't be the same color as the yoke. Make it red or something.
Good concept so far.
Thanks! Will definitely relook the logo.
All the details are nicely designed. However, this thing is not too good as a whole. It's waaaaay too complicated and the composition is mistaken. The company name is not aligned to the graphic in any way, the logo as a whole has no shape and it would be very difficult to use it on any surface. This wouldn't be a good report card for an agency.
Thanks for review! Will definitely look over the flaws.
This is a pretty cool idea, but my main issues are as follows:
I hate the font! For me it's not only unattractive looking but it also doesn't match the idea of 'egg bomb'- I want to see something a little harsher, a little edgier. The super rounded one you've chosen just doesn't fit.
I agree with oscar about the composition- it's not very strong. Right now all of your elements look like they were tossed in without any thought.
The bomb in an egg idea is great, and you've done some nice work thus far- but I want to see the egg shell looking more like a cracked egg shell. Right now you get the idea that it's a cracked egg, but mainly because there are yellow blobs and the word 'egg' right next to it.
Speaking of the yellow blobs, I think those need to look more like egg yolks! Right now they look like water drops gone bad. And I agree with the first person about only having one yolk in the shell- two is confusing and unnecessary.
All in all, make the eggshell look more like an eggshell, the yolk look more like a yolk (and preferably only one!), and play around with the font. Super cool idea though, and pretty nice so far- but with some more work/alterations I think you'll have something great!!
Thanks for useful review, will definitely pick up on some of those points!