Final logotype proposal for a new travel review community coming soon.
Some process details attached.
10 months ago
love it. great work as always.
This orange mate, lovely.!
yeah buddy, great work! orange makes me want a orange cream soda
nicely done, ryan. this has a lot of character and that orange is really making the logotype pop. my only wish since you went for the hand drawn brush script look, is that you differentiated some of those letters that show up more than once.
EDIT: i'm really happy you went with these 'r's rather than the sketched version.
@Colin With all due respect, I think he made the right call going with unchanged forms. It may be custom type, but it's ok that he didn't change up the letters with multiple instances. In this case, I think with style being very polished, it lends well to the repeated use of forms unchanged. It gives it a more professional look, which very well could be a part of his client brief. Just my $0.02.
perhaps he did make the right call. i still think the execution is great...it was only a "wish".
Gotta love those short words, right bud? ;)
My oh my... this is beautiful! So much to love here.
Really pops. Nice work Ryan.
Very solid and natural artwork! Like it much!
@Braden Mackey @Dan Romero @Kasey Mahoney @Neil Tasker @Joseph Alessio @Jivaldi @Andrew Sundiev - Thanks a lot, guys!
@Colin Tierney @Sean McCabe - Thanks, guys. Colin, I know exactly what you mean, and it's for that very reason that I kicked out the final 'r' for a sort of "terminal" alternate, if you will. Otherwise, we were going for a pretty buttoned-up look, so I decided against getting too loose with it. Great feedback, though, and a very reasonable suggestion. :)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic - Man, no kidding, lol.
yeah, that final 'flick' of the 'r' is great. job well done...and if it's a suited up look you were going for, then you've pulled it off nicely.
love the first version in attachment
came out just perfect mate
I'm so glad we picked you for this project @Ryan Hamrick, you've done a perfect job! Can't wait to share more, and for any of you interested, you can like Traveltrooper on Facebook. It's coming together pretty quickly now and we hope to have beta signups in a couple of months.
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