Thanks to Bernd @Type and Signs for the insight into just going super simpler and use the copy lines, instead of the inside quote option. cleaner and makes more sense. hope you all agree.
12 months ago
I agree with @Jens Windolf making that line shorter would look ace!
@Jens Windolf THX, nice insight also.
@Kris Todd !!!!!
@Damian Kidd I'll have to look into that.
That mark is so smart!
That Mike is so smart!
@Kevin Burr , @Ben Muschol and @Nikita Lebedev THX, guys! too kind. cheers.
Great mark concept Mike. Looks like your type is a bit skewed in this version, but maybe it's just the preview? In any case, I'm thinking you might want to open up the 'c' & 'a' just a bit more to help with the read.
killer concept mike. love it.
Really love the mark here, can't believe how well it works! I was about to say the same thing as @Michael about the type, the 'c' in particular feels a bit too closed. (Then again, that might not be an issue in the final if the name changes of course). Anyway, fantastic idea.
Now get serious Mike and cut that G the same way you cut the A ;)
@Michael Spitz see what your saying. the guy is still brain storming the name, so I will keep that in mind. THX, sir. I do agree, tweaks needed.
@Matt Vergotis thank you , sir.
@Claire Coullon Thanks goes out ot you also on the suggestion. Maybe have to make all the letters just a tad open.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic ... Damn it! I was hoping no one would bring that up. "G!" (agree) :)
Much better mark. This works very well since drivers (or all clubs) have grooves to help control the ball :)
The mark is great, but I'm feeling that the logotype doesn't fit. Something less stylized perhaps? I know I'm in the majority here, but take it for what it's worth.
I like it :)
this one is really nice :)
loving this Mike!
clean @Mike Bruner
Wow, very golfistic™!
Wow! This is just brilliant! Congrats!
Niice! I see this has developed well. Its amazing what a few lines can do.
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