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I was pleased with many of the designs submitted in this contest, but the logo conceived and designed by Reditus stood out and fit our company/image perfectly. Working with him was a pleasure as well. The deliverables were professionally created and submitted, and communication was great.
How sowen L started their logo design journey
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We (Cloudera Data Science) are launching a new open source project called "Oryx", and want to develop a logo for it. The project concerns large-scale machine learning over large amounts of data.
The audience will be almost entirely developers and software engineers.
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An oryx is an African antelope. We chose this since Cloudera already has an open source project called Impala, also an African antelope. I will attach an example of line art developed for this project; here are links as well:
On the one hand, I think we would like something broadly consistent with these examples: line art, no text. On the other hand, since both an oryx and an impala are similar animals, it might be hard to develop something distinct if we stay too close. So, broadly looking for a stylized suggestion of an animal, but open to diverse ideas. An oryx often has long arced horns, which might be a feature to build on.