Logo for Pittsburgh Steeler, Baron Batch.
Logo is a duel visual: A crest, a reference to his name, Baron. And a rocket/missile, a reference to his speed & power as he is a running back.
The type (in the attachment) is a custom modification of Hellenic.
over 1 year ago
This looks great. I didn't see the rocket at first. But still very nice.
Designing for a Steeler?!? That's so awesome!!! Great job man!
Really nice, Scott. Have you tried flipping the crest form vertically, to make the rocket more obvious?
I'm excited to see the first results of this project - I've been really curious to see what you'd do with it. Looks great thus far, I like the crest treatment.
Really great work Scott. I agree with @Trevor Baum did you try to flip the crest upside down?
I like the concept, and really like what you did with Hellenic! Similar to what others noted - didn't notice the rocket part at first... Maybe cause its pointing down? Pointing down reads more "bomb" then rocket. Typically associate rocket with "lift off" or heading skyward.
The bottom B looks a little off, it seems one of the counters is bigger than the other.
I'd like to see the crown a little bigger. It could read more royal/firy.
This looks great, I can't wait to see it progress! Everyone has good feedback!
Looks really awesome :) Good job Scott!
Why did I never think of doing a BB treatment like that? I've played with it back-to-back but never liked it.
This is amazing! COngratz. Scott!
simple and awesome. way to go.
This is so dope. Awesome shot.
great work here! As always.
I like the idea, but being a big football fan, the missile pointed down is a big no no. My coaches always yelled about us going up-field. Down seems rather negative, as in negative yards.
How about a fleur de lis football hybrid?
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