Hmm, should be doing other things at the moment but had a seed of an idea for a personal rebrand. Hints at the O, J & D, keeps the concentric circles (communication) theme from my existing & established branding. Not sure yet but might be something there.
10 months ago
Great job, Owen! Looking forward to see if you make other variations so I can vote one of them. :D
Cheers Radu. It's not really something I've decided to go for - just a beginning to a possible process! If something else comes of it I'll definitely put it out there to get the feedback.
Personal rebrands (and portfolios) do always seem to crop up when you have a million other things you should be doing instead. Really like where this one is going (you have such good letters!), I like they're hinted at without being too obvious. At the same time, the vertical stem of the 'J' really helps to suggest there's something to "read" in it – I love that.
Thanks Claire. Coming back to this I'm not sure it quite seems long term enough – I think it'd tire quite quickly as I'm already a bit bored of it! Back to the drawing board for something a bit more timeless I think. Do you think I have good letters? I think the O is the only one that's helpful!!
go with your feeling on it brother
9 months ago
Only just saw your reply here, sorry about that. I don't see how you can complain about your letters, at least you have 2 different ones..! But yeah good point, if you find yourself getting tired of it after a short while, that probably isn't the best sign. Hope you've had the chance to continue this lately!
Hehe, I heard aliteration was the future, Claire! Chanel doesn't complain! ;) No progress but certainly feeling it is growing in importance for me.
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