A logo for extra celebrating.
Tomorrow is the first day the celebration takes place. It last for one hour, and then the next day for two hours, etc. All the way up until the celebration lasts for a year.
Not quite sure if this is a product, an event a service or what? Aside from that, I do not understand how these visual elements work together to support the description.
Thank you for your critique.
This is a joke, right?
Then why did you submit a rating?
Because if it's a joke, it's a bad one.
Can you be more constructive?
Can you explain the idea behind your concept?
To be more precise can you deconstruct your logo and give valid explanation for every graphic element, typography and their composition so it makes sense to us unworthy dumb mortals?
It's not clear what it is supposed to be. A meaningful description would help.
What the heck. What a freaking moron. You should go crawl in a hole with a machine that produces carbon monoxide.
I disagree with your assessment!
No room for replies on my first comment so I have to start a new one.
OK, you claim you changed the logo according to everyones feedback and indeed, you changed it, no question about it.
Now we face a different problem, 100% of feedback you received for the previous version says WE DONT KNOW WTF IS THIS. When asked to explain the idea behind your logo you submit a new logo.
I still don't see a reason to eat my words.
In your new logo I can see a pretty cubistic representation of a face with cross-eyed green eyes, oversized nose and a mouth on the right side of the face.
So far so good but the question I posted earlier still stands.
"confusion is the perfect form of communication!"
- Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali also said "hand me that roll of toiled paper I just experienced an explosive diarrhea."
Not one of his most famous sentences but it's very useful for replying to "I like to quote famous people" design philosophers.
Salvador dali ...quality painter...and he was right on the confusion line..still does not means it will apply to this logo son.
Salvador Dali made a logo for the chupa-chups in 1969 which they use so far.
But this logo cause only laughter or you comparing yourself with Salvador? (:
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