You Could Almost Do Anything Pt. III(

over 7 years ago from Eli Schiff,

  • Eli SchiffEli Schiff, over 7 years ago

    Every logo doesn't need to be a fancy, textured works of art.

    Logos for the most part should be designed flat–but their contours should certainly be elegant. Otherwise what's compelling about them?

    This whole attitude reminds me a bit of people seeing a work of modern art and going "my four year old could do that!"

    I have a section about three year olds 'artists' in this piece.

    what makes the piece great is placing it in the context of the artist's entire body of work.

    A collection of bad work doesn't make the work any less bad.

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