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Brand identity design for the indian dance company Hamesha Indian Dance.
00. The briefing: 
The challenge here was to find the right identity for an indian dance company. Their style is so much more traditional that the one of their competitors, so their image had to really seem like traditional indian. But it also had to work in Valencia, Spain, nowadays.
This is not the logo that they have now. The one that they have now is also designed by me, but I just like this one better.
01. Features:
· Made of thin, curve lines, like classic Indian design, but not so thin that it stops working as a logo in small sizes.
·It says hid, which stands for Hamesha Indian Dance.
·The shape also looks like two elephants with their horns pointing upwards, a very recurring indian representation.
·There's repetition of shapes, like in classical Indian design: two mangoprints on the sides and other two in the center making a lotus flower.
02. Applications:
Since they didn't want to use it we didn't really apply it all that much. I did however prepair two applications that I really like.
Thank you!
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