I like nice initials. I also feel it's incredibly smart for Web designers to understand that logo's need to be black and white. No more of this gradient stuff. Trent does it right, but let's add his middle initial (for more professionalism and personal consumer relationship) as well as give it some Texan style. Play play play, my first real rebound.
about 3 years ago
Reminds me of a solid bottle of good ol' Jack Daniels, even though I'm a Canadian Club fan myself.
I dig the "street sign" shape on the left
Patrick, how cool! I really dig this. I seriously wish I had a middle name that began with the letter "A" as I gaze upon this. Alas, my middle name is Michael...
I like the street sign shape as well. +1 for inspiration!
Oh wow, "M" even better! It'll look like an upside down W! Talk about Yin-and-Yang! :)
There's probably some really cool stuff you can do with M and W's. Overlap them, etc.
Take it Trent! Lovely!
Gotta be careful not to look too much like Mark Weaver's identity though...
Oh and I was born in 1979! Pretty amazing guess though...
@Tyler: Oh wow, Mark Weaver's is pretty great. Love that!
@Trent: Haha! Was a quick, well estimated guess. 79' though, what a year. I wasn't born yet, but what a year. Hah!
Loving the simplistic yet structured feeling that comes across from these logos. I'm trying to redesign my logo so it stands out in black and white and stuff like this is very inspirational.
Err, I mean: http://dribbble.com/shots/20160-New-Identity?list=popular&offset=3
Sorry, I suck. :)
Wilson Miner's mark is nice as well.
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