He/she never (or very rarely) posts comments on logo's and forum topics etc. Yet, Look-Look is one of the most original and prolific designers on here. Just who is this enigma? Does anyone know? Or is it top secret? :)
How many briefs have we seen without a winner?
We need to do something about the site so it works differently. Let's give ideas and change some things to make it better.
I really like this site but I think like I'm losing my time.
HOW Design Books and Hexanine invite you to submit entries for their upcoming book, Damn, I’m Good: Top Designers Discuss Their All-Time Favorite Projects.
We know that passion drives the best design work, and this book will provide an opportunity for designers to explain, discuss, and brag about the...
A thought popped into my head regarding the ownership of logos once they have been sold on Stocklogos. It might be worthwhile explaining to the clients that while the ownership of the logo that is bought goes to the buyer of that design, designers still have creative copyright on the design and do have the right to exhibit that logo work in any portfolio on the understanding that it can't and won't be sold anywhere else. Does that...
I am a member of StockLogos since four months and I sold several logos here. I like the site and I wish all the community all the best. I am writing cause I want to point out the main problem that bothers me. Unfortunately, there is lots of copyright infringements on the site! More and more copies of other's authors designs previously published with some small modifications. An increasing number of cliparts, signs under a free...
Just to consider a few:
Maybe you may want to add to this list!
Food for thought.
Sorry, still haven't completely figured this site out yet.
Is there a way for a designer to comment on another designer's logo without it being there for anyone else to see? Really I'm just interested in logos created specifically for Briefs. Sometimes I would like to comment on a design, offer some constructive criticism, etc. but I don't want to put it in a place where the client can read my comments. I don't want a client...
As the 2012 Olympic Games draw nearer and the huge controversy over the accepted logo becomes mute; I wanted to get the opinion of our design community on this logo. It was designed by a branding firm called Wolff Olins out of London, UK. It took nearly a year to design and cost almost $800,000. It can be viewed at the link below.
Wishing everyone here the best for the holidays! I've been absent for a while as my personal life took a turn..I've moved...finally got my internet connection figured out and hopefully will be back to normal now. Looks like you've all been busy and there are lots of new designers here which is great! So, hello and happy holidays to all that I already know and nice to meet the new people!!