I'm trying to decide between the two of these tags for a collateral piece of a much larger project. I like the clean dialed top tag a lot, but the grittier one is visually interesting to me as well. Any feedback?
12 months ago
I personally like the clean one better. I think there are some issues with the textured one that should be worked out, if you prefer to use it. The texture in the blue looks a bit too thought out since the blue doesn't have as much texture around the "hassleblad" type. I'm also feeling a tension with the textured top edge of the blue piece compared to the other edges as well since the top edge is so heavily textured. The circle has also gotten a bit wonky. All that aside, these are cool explorations, I really like the colors.
Don't forget to kern, and on the top version you could Probably move the v up just a bit.
@Ryan Raschbaum Thanks for the feedback! I agree with your comments. These drafts kind of had me at a stand still on this part and I didn't want to make any more adjustments until I decided upon which one to refine and push forward.
My vote goes to the clean one at the top too.. I think that sometimes the nostalgic design treatments benefit from being clean and crisp, like they would have been when they were new! Nice work!
I have mix feelings about your tag.
I like the "V" from the top version. And the "Hasselblad" background from the bottom version.
So I'd try mixing the green-blue texture of the "Hasselblad" bottom version, into the clean top version. But maybe with a uniform dirty texture pattern that remains only in that green-blue background. Just brainstorming. Good job!
Looks great! I like the clean one better. Maybe try some more subtle texturing?
Thanks for the feedback @Christopher J Porter @ilithya & @Garrett Anderson !
go clean, as you can always "grit-it-up" as needed, but you can't go clean after you go dirty.
@ENOTS design Solid point.
The clean version gets my vote too.
Top is the tops!
I'm late, but I really like the top one a-lot
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