Final logo sketch (for now) for an overseas bakery, specializing in pineapple tarts and other yummy confections. Client wanted something cool, funky, hip, slightly feminine, and illustrative. He loved my Glaze logo, and indicated a preference for something with a similar illustrative aesthetic.
Here, I figured it would be worth it to add a concept that literally explores the name association, but hopefully in a way that's not too boring or expected.
For the vector rendering, I may want to increase the size of the tooth, and maybe make it a bit more dynamic by extending parts of it outside the stylized circle. Also, the ribbon may be a bit too wide, so I might want to think about compressing that script type a bit.
over 1 year ago
mix of fluid type with instantly readable mark great job!
Thanks for looking, Nemanja!
I like it.
I like this quite a bit. I really enjoy the script here and would love to see it on its own, just on one line like this.
I wonder how many cavities are hiding underneath that frosting?
Also, on a side note, a tooth is a dangerous shape if seen the wrong way. Literally the wrong way, as in upside down. I had a client once where i was showing a print out of a concept that had a tooth front and center like yours here. When i first pulled out the paper it was facing me, so he saw it upside down and exclaimed, "is that a ball-sack?!?!" He could never get past that...
Thanks, Inka and Jared!
@Nathan, thanks, homie. Re: the script, let me see if I get what you're saying. Are you suggesting an all-type execution of just that script on one line? No tooth? No added graphic elements? That could be cool; I'd have to work out some creative way of incorporating the "bakery" descriptor. Shouldn't be too problematic.
About the ballsack thing, LOL!! Yeah, I agree, the tooth shape can be tricky. But then again, I think some people see what they want to see. When you spell out "tooth," or in this case, "tooF," and literally depict a tooth, if they see dongs or ballsacks, well, that's kinda on them.
Yup, pretty much. Just literally crop out 'sweet' and 'toof' from this image and put them next to each other. No icon or frosting or anything. Then Bakery in a nice clean typeface setting underneath it. That's just for me, though ;) Who knows what the client wants!
Not saying yours has any ballsack-ness to it. Just reminded me of my unfortunate experience
by Jon Stapp | atomicvibe
Well, here it is, my fourth (and final) logo design for my initial client pitch. Check the attachment for more detail.
Not sure whether I like this better with or without the ribbon. I was committed to the ribbon through the entire development of this concept, but at the very end of the vectorizing process, I tried a version without the ribbon, and I actually think it looks pretty cool.
What do you think, guys? Ribbon or no ribbon?
over 1 year ago
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