I've been working on a logo for photographer Danny Cohen (dannycohen.com) – would love to know your favourite.
about 1 year ago
Yeah, top right. All the letterforms gel together. The others have individual letters screaming for more attention when they should all work together.
Agree, top right is nice.
Top right is my first choice too, but I like what you've done with the 'h' on the bottom right.
I think my favourite is top left. I love the shape of the 'y' descender in that version, its movement follows the overall dynamics of the lettering really nicely. The other 'y's feel a little bit cut off in comparison, although I do appreciate that they keep the overall shape more contained. I like top right as well but the 'D' feels a tad heavy having both top and bottom curve extending past the stem.
Top left also but the first n looks too big compared to the 2nd n. I like the way the loop on the y goes up rather than down like the others. Top right version has a better impact with that style of the D so I would incorporate some of that into the top left.... but watch the weight as claire said.
Top left. Feels more balanced than the others. The y swash makes the eye wander to the right, which is nice. Agree with Dan about the first n.
Bottom right for sure! That h creates such a nice underline for Danny, and the D is perfect.
Top left for me, but I like how the "n" and "y" connect in the top right one. Great job!
I really like the balance and rhythm of the top right, but the simple boldness of the "D" & "C" from top left/bottom right.
Top left of course.
Thanks everyone for their input - really interesting!
Bottom right for me - the white space between the top and bottom line of text is really well balanced
Top left for me as well. Lovely piece of type work.
All great but I'm leaning towards bottom right because its seems more rounded and tighter - Most suited for a logo IMO
Good choice Jonny - this is now live on his site… http://dannycohen.com/
What tool did you use?
Alexey - My pencil and Illustrator. Usually get it going on screen - then printout and sketch over top.
This is slick!
Hey, have you ever tried to google your name? I did, and I regret it.
10 months ago
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