First pass at this mark. Curious to see which direction is received better... Whatcha like?
Theres some other stuff on the attached file too.
over 1 year ago
Are you participating in that contest?
Like the left mark in the shot.
I'm digging the left mark
I would have to agree that left mark is the best. I think at really small sizes, when printed the smaller stars might get lost but overall I dig it. What's it going to be used for?
i'm getting more of an industry read from the left one, it doesn't seem to be obvious enough in the right one; though I am interested in the integration of the country with the industrial shapes. have you tried combining the two a bit more?
@Nikita Prokhorov Nope, not even sure what your referring to actually...
@Justin Spinozzi & @Christian Soulliere Nice, thats the direction I like too. Its a website graphic and this is just about actual size. I may ditch the small stars anyway, stewin' on it...
@Laura Foster Word. And I hear ya about the one on the right, but it seems that may not be the right direction anyway...
John, I saw a contest online for a new 'made in America' mark. No joke! Don't have the link handy but will try to find it for you later.
Not sure the outline of the country on the right one is helping. I actually like the simplicity of the top-center one in the attachment the most. Of these two def the left though.
The last one on the right, but with "Made in the USA" instead of "USA Made."
@Beggars & Thieves I like like that one too! Decisions, decisions...
Out of these two, I'd pick the left, without the small stars. The visual weight on the bottom of the right one bothers me.
by John Kane
Couldn't resist getting a stamp made of this guy...
over 1 year ago
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