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That's a pretty common shape and easy to reproduce in Illustrator.
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@[B]garricks - Thank you, but I don't need this, I need to find the original source.
@eugenetyson - Yes, I tried dreamstime, I found shutterstock forum, but registration is too complicated.
@PrintDriver - Yep, with no success
@<b> - Of course I can, but I don't need that, I need to find the original source.
Thank you guys, I'll try to explain why do I need this (the source of this).
Two different designers use this design and both acting like they really designed it, but obviously it's not. It's 1:1 exact shape, both designers are kinda newbies and I'm sure I saw this shape before (I'm designing a lot on LT an CS). So all I need, is find the source, I'm pretty sure it is a stock, but I can't find it.
Are you sure it isn't one designer with two different screen names?
I've seen designers on $5 logo sites use the same design for different clients. Usually not concurrently but that's not beyond the realm of possibility on those sites. Might you have seen this design on one of those sites?
I've got a client that designed his own logo and simply wanted me to put it together. He only drew the outline and told me what colors to use. But I'm not sure if I can send this to him. Should I tell...
Well, for one thing, logo design is a terrible entry point for a new designer trying to find clients and establish themselves. There are excellent designers with years of experience who avoid logo design...