Clean and simple logo for a great photographer. One of those projects where the client picks the exact logo that you hoped they'd pick.
9 months ago
Looks great man!
This is rad Brandon, looking forward to seeing how you blow this out.
I really love this. It really shines in its simplicity. But have you considered how it will look at smaller sizes?
I agree with the above. I see what @Patrick Rogan is thinking when it scales to be much smaller. Perhaps you drop the lens shape at that point and just use the wordmark. Can we see a little more of that pattern too? It's sparked my interest.
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Simply awesome design, Brandon! Photography logos can be difficult because there are so many out there, and they all usually involve some sort of camera icon – but you executed this perfectly. Great work as always! :)
Really like this man.
nice pattern on the sides. i sorta agree with the above comments when it goes small, but i think thats an easy fix by just dropping the first name and making the stroke a tad thicker. at least that helps to keep the lens effect. or maybe dropping the first name and photography. keep that ish mysterious and what not lol
Nice work. I like that pattern a lot too. It would be great if you could letterpress it.
So clean and simple! Great work.
Hey Brandon, I love the simplicity of this logo. @Brent Galloway brought up the point that there's a lot of ones out there that employ the camera icon, and that this was nice b/c it avoids a lot of the cliches. However, I wonder if the average Joe User is going to understand how the logo relates to the camera? And what will they think of the argyle? They are both beautiful, but their relationship to photography is not immediately evident.
@Philip Clark Thanks Philip. I never have any intention to relate a logo to it's use. Photo logos don't need to have anything to do with photography, only an identifier for the photographer.
In the same way, I never design band logos with guitars, microphones and drum sets.
I'd encourage designers to concentrate on making a good mark, first and foremost.
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