another possible direction.
2 months ago
Love it, Mike!
Dig this one a lot Mike.
Yeah definitely this one compared to the last few shots. love this one.
All sorts of good.
One of the best examples of Typography Monogram I have seen in ages.
Mike, this is honestly on of the best monograms I've seen lately!
this is pretty clever, Mike ... wua !!
Simple and awesome, Mike!
Very clever and I think works better than the previous iteration.
Niiiiiiiice! Loose the circle - then it's perfect (just my opinion).
Yep, this is the one.
Thought, have you tried rotating the circle part 180 degrees so that the thick and thin areas mirror the thick and thin areas of the B/P? Not even sure if that will look good, but just wondering.
THX, for all the comments. Really appreciate it, a lot.
@Andrew Colin Beck , yeah I tried it without the outer circle, but it just felt unfinished to me. Might be just me. May have to take another peak.
@Kevin Burr always appreciate the insight. Looked at it once with the mirror effect, just like you mentioned, just seemed to demand too much attention away from the over all balance. I'll keep looking. Thanks for the critics everyone. always a great help.
@Mike Bruner Love it – On @Andrew Colin Beck's point maybe include the outer circle but perhaps not with the white line? Could simplify it a bit.
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