Part of a little side project I'm starting with my brother. Happy with the direction, but not convinced with the Ox yet. Open for ideas that might make it feel a little less cowboy-ish.
This is all a work in progress.
11 months ago
I think you could throw a number of icons in there and still have it look really strong.
Love all of this brotha!!
Loving all of this..its missing some of your textures but thats it. ;)
@Tom Chalky Ha all branding I lock it in clean first. Don't worry.
I think the main mark, the one in the attachement, is the strongest. I dislike the version where the type is written on the ox body.
I agree with @David Sizemore. The only one that feels cowboy-ish to me is the one with the type written on the ox. As for the rest of the stuff, I love the type and the way you've adapted it to the various labels. I'm looking forward to seeing how this develops.
Good stuff all around, but that main lockup rocks.
@David Sizemore @Sam Jones Thanks guys, I agree about the Ox/Type combo. It definitely is the odd one out.
I want a t-shirt.
I'm liking the ox-head with the type treatment. maybe try a version that has it within a shape like the other versions.
@David M. Smith great work, love the mark.
I like the mark alot but i think the negative space separating the head from the body should be smaller. One could mistake this for his mouth making this ox smile like a lunatic
ya what Jan said
by David M. Smith
Update on a shot from yesterday. I wasn't very happy with the Ox from the beginning and others seemed to agree. Not sure if this helps counter balance the script below the type better.
So any input would help on if this Ox is working better or to ditch the mascot all together.
Also played with a script version just for fun.
11 months ago
Yo! I think the ox is strong. May be a bit over used. We'll chat about it tomorrow and see what we can come up with.
you've come a long way since this version, and this is not bad at all.
9 months ago
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