Logo for an up & comin' hat shop. Love some feedback as this is still gettin' approved. Much appreciated!! Comments most welcome as always! Thx in advance y'all!
4 months ago
Love that 'S'!
Beautiful type choice! I love how it mimics (atleast to me) what stitched type might look like.
One think that kinda bothers me though its not the type or the mark but how the type is so Solid and heavy while the Mark and its strokes are so light. Theres a disconnect a little to me.
@mike. I am pickin' up what you are throwin' down brotha - so how do we fix that?? Also its a moded version of @Ryan Welch 's "Matchup" Typeface! Thx for the font bro.
Mike, this has a very nice feel overall. The S is slick. I would try a few things:
- Flip either one of the "x" stitches on either so it's symmetrical with the other "x" stitch.
- Might try killing the dash dot dash and run "headwear" either straight (no curve) under Stitches or curved down. Possibly add some embellishments/ornaments on either side of "headwear"
- Might try making the "x" stitches a bit less bold so the "S" isn't fighting against them, maybe match the thickness/feel of some of the more ornate stitching in the detail of the "patch"
Me likey dat "S" .. I definitely agree that the type isn't completely cohesive with the mark... I think "STICHES" needs a little more of an organic feel, (kind of mimicking the S in the mark), while the "headwear" could stay the same.. that miiight do the trick.
P.S. do I spy @Ryan Welch's Matchup? *didnt notice you mentioned that prior.
If I had to agree with @mike. , to an extent, I would just say to pull the mark a touch higher and actually increase that "disconnect". Everything else is boss, bro. Dig it!
I think it might involve some custom type I really like the design of this type. But I think if you some how trim it down a little or maybe even look for some new similar type. First thing to my head is this http://www.typedepot.com/corki
@Brian Yohn - thanks bro!! All great ideas. I am going to try a bunch of those and see what happens. btw http://www.columbuscreativesouth.com --> info for ya bro & anyone else interested!
@Kelsey Collins word. I did mention it on an edit to my second comment - you got it! Its @Ryan Welch 's "Matchup" Font good stuff! but turning out might not work - will keep messing with it. Thanks for the feedback yo! Diggin' your ideas!
@Zack Smith word. thx bro!! WIll do just that!
@mike. thanks again for the feedback bro - will check out that type suggestions as well.
Thanks to all so far for the great feedback! Much appreciated!!
another epic shot! :D
Love everything here, I think the type gives contrast and that will always bring attention, great work!!
Wow! awesome job! really love this logo!
So dope! Looks great as is @Mike Jones
looks great, would love to see the emblem embroidered on a hat... shit would look boss! good job man.
I actually think the stitches need less of an organic feel to match the word mark. I would explore loosing the white line (beveled bit) on the X's and simplifying the hole they are going into, and see how that feels. Also, consider ditching the second (grey) inner line in the patch, it should allow that dashed stroke to stand out a little more.
(of course all this is knit-picking, shit is dope)
So much great feedback! Thanks everyone!!
this is awesome dude, well done! Agree with other comments about the "stiches" type but I still love the way it looks now!
Damn I just tagged stitch as well.. *removing shot*. Well executed man.
The S is beautiful, man.
Thanks for the kind words @Mike Jones! Just happy you were able to find a good use for it, this looks great!
@Ryan Welch word! #goodstuff
Mike Jones ladies and gentlemen! Love it!
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