That’s what I’m saying too, if that is not accidentally there then I would be very interested behind the reasoning of that cut.
like the font, but I agree with previous comments:
If you dont know that this once was a leaf, you would think of the logo as just a green blob without meaning. On top of that the logo looks somewhat imperfect with the sharp bend at the top…
Hm…. not sure for the font, but the new logo looks dull.
The old leaf looked a lot sleeker.
The leaf looks like a box glove, I don’t like it very much, prefer the old one.
I like it…want the shirt!
If you don’t know envato had a leaf in the logo you can’t really tell the new green fat twitter bird is a leaf just by looking at it. The old one is much better, I couldn’t recreate that on my own, while this is too simple.
And following trends for branding? I don’t like that. I think brands should be as timeless as possible – changing brand on every trend change is brando-suicide.