Roughed this logo out this morning, and I'm playing with the mark trying to figure out how to best fit it together with the type. Do you like one of these options, or should I get rid of the arch in the type and go with the straight, flat mark?
Also, after scanning this bad boy in and looking at it on-screen, I see that the initial "S" could use some thickening, so I'm on that. :)
Bigger shot of the original attached, so if you see anything crazy, let me know!
about 1 year ago
I'm leaning toward the straight, flat mark.
If you tried to isolate the mark for an application the arch might not work.
Type is spot on man, so killer.
Go with the straight mark.
I'd go with the straight. The lettering is really nice, the "hero" is my favorite bit - smooth connections, even weight, etc.
Straight ftw. Looks great!
straight , great work!
That winged mark is totally twisting my brain! Great looking script, and it's straight up for me as well.
This makes me wish I put on my superman underpants this morning. Can't wait to see the final rendering.
Yup, straight is confidant and would work well in isolation. And that script is really lovely!
Straight!, love the script, wonderful S-t, and dig the h descender
really loving it! great letting skills! Maybe check the spacing between the 'r' and 'o' in '...hero'. Looks like it needs just a bit more spacing. I'm leaning towards a straight flat mark as well.
Straight like a Bawss!
Yep, straight for me. Really nice job Ryan.
This lettering is stunning, I really like it. I love how you have that little flick inside the 'p' bowl and how the 'h' stretches below the baseline. From the sketch, the first 'S' seems a bit too light (particularly on the diagonal) but it's an easy fix digitally. I think 'udio' could benefit from being slightly looser too because the prominent verticals make it feel tighter/busier than the first word. Oh, great touch with the 'S-t' by the way!
by Ryan Hamrick
Just playing with some more concepts before proceeding with the previous version.
about 1 year ago
Making progress. Thanks for all the votes for the straight version. Can't imagine this any other way now. :)
A non-script option.
Last iteration before picking a route and finishing it.
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