This is a logo for a friend who has an art education blog. She wants to start some sort of advocacy section on the site where she could post articles & tips to help other teachers advocate for the arts in their own community. It will be called "Artvocate".
about 1 year ago
I didn't get how the 'Respect' piece was your first attempt, just like I don't get how this is your second attempt! Looks fantastic. I really love how the extended 'A' swash interacts with the underline, it's a beautiful touch. Lovely stroke terminals on the far left of 'A' and the underline! Have you thought about continuing those elsewhere too? (Like that top curl on the 'A', the ends of the 't' crossbars, maybe the inner top curve of 'c', etc.) Just a thought, might add to the continuity. Love your 'A-r' connection too by the way, that looks really unique and distinctive.
@Claire Coullon I don't think there is anybody's advice that I appreciate more than yours. Thank you so much! I will definitely try your suggestions.
@Waseem Arshad thank you also!
Wow. Great work man. The underline-A interaction is great.
Thanks @kirk visola! I really love your lettering, so it's great to hear that from you!
Beautiful script Jeremiah.
@Michael Spitz gee... thanks. You have to be one of my favorite logo designers, so that means a lot coming from you!
My favorite parts: the extent of the right 'A' leg, the ball terminals on the 'A', and the fact that the 'a' has an aperture instead of a counter. I'm an A lover.
But only because you asked for it...
My "rip aparts":
I feel like as a piece it would self terminate much better if the apex of the 'A' leaned to the left instead of the right. The rhythm carries my eyes too quickly off the letters, and I think that adjustment would help bring my eyes back around.
More ball terminals could give this a more consistent feel. This really isn't constructive, but, try some variations on the t-v-o. Maybe make the stem of the 'v' actually be the right arm?
Anyway. I hope my little advice helps. I didn't mean to get this lengthy. It's really a great piece.
@Kyle Wayne Benson EXACTLY what I was looking for! Thanks for the awesome feedback. I definitely see what you are talking about with the 'A'. I'm going to give everything else you suggested a try also. You are the man Kyle! :)
This looks great! I love the "Ar" like @Claire mentioned. I wish I had a lot of intelligent advice like @Kyle here but the only thing I can think of that hasn't been covered is, you should try a version with the baseline curving along the swash of the A, that could be fun. Nice work!
@Joseph Alessio thank you! I really appreciate your feedback. Your lettering is so awesome! I will definitely give it a try. Yeah, I asked @Kyle Wayne Benson to 'rip it apart'. He did a great job at helping me look at it in a different way. Thanks guys!
12 months ago
Thank you @Diego Guevara! I'm going to do some tweaks to it and post another rebound shot sometime soon.
I love it! @Jeremiah Wingett
11 months ago
@Tobia Crivellari thanks dude.
10 months ago
I love the style you pushed for with this type. Well done!
@Tyler Somers Hey, thanks a lot!
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