I am starting to work on this logo and like the idea of where its headed but its not quite there yet. All feedback would be great for this shot. I wand the logo to stay within the same style but just need ideas on how I can polish it up.
Thank you all in advanced
about 1 year ago
Nice dude! how about some info about the logo?
A little hard to give a true read on it without knowing anything about the client. But based purely off visual aesthetic, I may consider making the mark smaller (60-70%) or maybe even smaller. I think that would give the lockup more of a higher end feel if that's what you're trying to achieve. Also, i would give a good bit more space in between the mark and logotype. You may want to consider rounding the edges of the leaf a hair more, as well as tweaking the negative space transition on the bottom of the leaf to be a bit more smooth. I can definitely see this mark apply well to packaging. What are the supporting materials this is going on if you don't mind me asking?
@Jesus The logo is for a church. They dont want the logo to be taken too literal as in putting a house in there (which I tried) but more about the "life" aspect of it. The leaf represents life in this case and the circle represents the earth / ground. I also want to make a simple mark so it can be used without the name and it would be memorable. I like the style of this but I just can seem to make the finishing touches. But @Jared Granger gave some great feedback wich will help tremendously.
@Jared Granger It will be use mostly in colateral and promotional pieces (Business Card, signs, banners, notebooks, shirts, etc...) Please read the explanation above to see if this also gives some more insight in the mark. Thanks for the great feedback :)
Thanks for the description! Would be cool to make the negative space within the leaf a cross by adding a whimsical crossbar overtop that space!
@Jared Granger Will try that idea. Thanks for all your feedback Jared :)
@Herson Rodriguez Thanks for the insight. I totally agree with @Jared Granger. I feel like the circle feels a bit rigid, maybe loosen it up a bit? to give it more of natural/earthy feel.
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