Another version. Would love some feedback on this version and the previous version. Cheers!
about 2 years ago
Like this direction MUCH better!
Thanks @Kevin Gormal Not sure the why really brings home the modern, vintage, eclectic feel.
Looking better, The top of the Y looks a little funny because one side is smaller than the other, seems like it should be symmetrical. What do you think?
Thanks @Colin Grist
@Andrew Griswold yeah I can see what you are saying. I am not exactly happy with the Y yet anyway. I think it needs to be a little more modern.
Maybe a bold version of Museo where the top of the Y flair outward. Would go well with that base you have going on there.
Thanks for the suggestion @Andrew Griswold, but I feel like Museo is way over used these days. I come back with another version shortly.
Just make it look good!
This is so amazing!
Thanks @Nick Slater means a lot. How do you feel about the Y?
What about trying the Y solid black with some ornaments inside of it?
That is a great idea @Joshua Krohn So you mean a solid Y with the ornaments reversed out inside of it?
This is going in a really good direction, everything is so much better integrated. I like what you've done with the bottom of the 'Y', but it seems quite separate from the top half with its very straight, solid edges and fill. I really like Joshua's idea, would be great to see how that looks. Alternatively, maybe an edit of the top half of the 'Y' so its less rigid and visually matches the bottom half better.
by Bob Ewing
Here is another version of this logo. Initially I like the idea of doing the flourishes inside the 'Y' But I think it is over complicating the design. Would love some feedback on this version. Cheers!
about 2 years ago
This is great Bob, I actually prefer this 'Y' over the newer.
Thanks @Gert van Duinen, I really appreciate it. I still trying to iron ou the Y.
over 1 year ago
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