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    Smile Islanders T-shirt Brand and logo

    This is logo for a t shirt brand I worked on some time back, & based on that logo 3 concepts for the t shirt design, The main idea was to give the feeling of holiday & vacation, kind of like being on an island. But how ever the project was brought down half way through & the client did'n t continue on the designs, but anyway had fun while designing ,so what do you think?, any critics?


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    I like the 3rd concept best. It has a triangular feel to it.
    I'd say the first one is slightly unbalanced to the left.
    The second one is kind of heavy on the bottom with a little bit too much negative space.

    All three of them are nicely designed though.

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    I like option 2 for the text and concept 2 for the design. Though the swirls kind of draw my eye away from the design. And they make it seem a bit unbalanced. Keeping the trees/hut, making the fish bigger and moving them to the left would balance it really well and get across your message. Really good stuff here. Can't wait to see it done.

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