Been a while.
Heres a logo I've done for my wife's new venture into jewellery making.
over 2 years ago
Nice! This has loads of character. Love the watercolor touches.
Only two tweaks I would suggest (if it’s not final): the space between the “M” and the “a” could be smaller, and the loop just before the “A” seems superfluous. Makes sense that it echoes the loop on the “M”, but maybe neither loop is necessary? There is plenty to like here without them.
I agree with Stuart, reckon the type should colour match the mark. And if you added space between the words it may allow the 'superflous' loop onthe 'A' room to breathe? Otherwise a nice little logo
...thou on second look it may look better without both loops, and also the bar on the 'A' could do with the hook removing so it simply flows from the 'c'
Lovely, really like the subtlety of the colour. Text is a little busy for me, too many swirls, but it does work I think.
by Matt Kersley
Updated the typography slightly.
over 2 years ago
I personally prefer this typography treatment you did on this one (the first version), it looked more hand drawn.
I like the extra embellishments, but I think the alternative will work better at lower sizes.
I think the comments above were quite helpful in creating something that will work at different sizes.
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