Figured it was about time for a bit of a refresh on my personal logo.
Regardless of where I may be at any one season in my life, my family and my roots will always be planted in Oklahoma. This being symbolized in the shape of the state containing my last name while the initial of my first rest outside.
Never forget where you come from, but don't ever let it hold you back - Haley Bonar
Secondary logos attached.
4 months ago
Really great man, that texture in the "N" is just wonderful...
the texturing is great all around. nicely done!
It's really cool that you got @Jon Contino to do your logo for you!
This is so nice and so original. Love it, dude. You might consider working up an alternate lockup for avatars. Perhaps something a little simpler that works in such a small space. Maybe just the N mark. All in all, great job!
Your N is on my hometown.
Amazing textures man!
@Daniel Coull @Joonbug @Peter Bacallao thanks guys!
@Kevin Burr thanks man! Great point. I've been thinking about using the n as a stand alone. Sitting on it a bit.
@Claudéric Demers thanks!
So are you a Tulsa kid? Or is that star Claremore/Okmulgee?
Awesome texture and grain man. Great stuff. @Nathan Yoder
@Blake N. Behrens T-Town all the way.
Too perfect! nice job.
Would love a fitted cap with that N. Siccck.
Awesome as usual!
I don't think Contino owns any style as alluded to by @Drew Gliever's snarky comment. This looks good dude. I dig it.
@Rogie King I appreciate that, man. Love your work!
@Rogie King I certainly don't disagree with that, but for someone that seems to have built a style all his own, I have to imagine you appreciate the value of putting your personal brand on your work.
@Nathan Yoder you do great work, and this IS very good, I just think there's a fine line between inspiration and biting style. I may be wrong, though. No offense was meant!
@Drew Gliever There are more than one hand letter in the industry right now and there is more than a couple fonts in the world that they are using. I work hard to create as close to original content as the next guy. Contino pulls heavy inspiration from vintage design and as respected as he is even by me, his ideas aren't even 100% his own. By no means have I stared at his work while creating my own brand. Show me a design of his that looks just like this one and I'll agree with you. I'm sorry if you see it differently. At the end of the day, we are all going to have opinions and I respect yours.
Nice work Nathan
3 months ago
@Andy Mullins Thanks Andy! Hope you're doing well.
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