Logo for Tokyo Bicycles with complementary mark.
First thought was to go the obvious route and use the O's in Tokyo as wheels and bend the type into a bike, but it felt too obvious and forced. So went the classy way instead ;)
Been a long time since I worked on a emblem styled logo.
Was heaps of fun.
All types of honest and dishonest feedback highly appreciated as always.
Also, big thanks to Riley Cran for type tweaking pointers. You are a cool duder.
over 1 year ago
wow ... woow ... wooow ... great work !
Gotta love that chain wrapping around. Nice touch.
Loving the chain details around the outside!
Good work homie!
Great colors, great style. Love it!
Rad bro! Love the way you tied in the bike chain! Great color choice as well. Always good to see new work from you.
I love it, but it has too much text around it in my opinion, especially the red ring, I'm guessing it gonna be displayed in smaller size, right? so this small text gonna be not readable... it would look better with the brown section in the middle only and the chain around it, and with the ribbon, if it is necessary for the client! the logo shouldn't tell the story with text, it should tell the story visually! generous simplicity is a good utility for that.
I like it! A lot! Well done! :)
a little satured but looks great!
Oh my fuckin gosh..
No words further..
Love the outer chain and those colours are so retro cool. The Tokyo type is great - wish it was bigger.
This is awesome Emir, nice work!
Cool, i like the secondary mark a lot too.
I think the chain could be beefed up some, it looks a little dinky compared to the bold outlines on the inner parts of the emblem
Damn dude, killin it! :D
Tune in Tokyo. Very nice. The one point I would make is that there needs to be some hierarchy for the logo. My eye just kind of floats over the whole thing. That's a nitpicky thing. This is great Emir, as usual.
Love the concept and type treatment on this. The color scheme is spot on. It's really well executed. Though I do agree there might be too much type if this gets viewed at a small size. Maybe it could be simplified. Maybe beef up the chain and use it to replace the red circle. then pull the copy out as a separate piece. I want this current version on a t shirt badly.
You have been killing it lately!
dude, wow that's great. the chain is such a nice touch. colors spot on, the dash detail on edge of ribbon is my fave though :)
i'd love to see your process. make a tv show pls :)
@Type and Signs @Jason @Ryan @Mattias @MSpitz @Mike @Us & Them @Alexandre @Daniel @Alex @Robinsson @Edokoa @Maarten @JumJum @Simon™ @Tom @Rob @Jonden @Kirk @Jim @Kyle & @Kirk - Holy Hell's Bells... This is quite overwhelming. Thank you all so much for taking your time to contribute with comments, love, input & awesome feedback so far.
I'll try to absorb it all like a sponge and filter out how I can use all that great input to improve.
Everything said has been duly noted.
Keep it coming. It's all gold!
You have one winner there. Little soft touch and it are done! TB...sharpe inside are really necesary?, I dont think so....in a more smaller zise it looks more like a dirty thing. Just from my perspective...this are your baby!!!
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