Mostly copy changes with this 'close to final update' revision as well as some graphical additions to the bottom tag line area.
9 months ago
So much going on here! Primary aspects are solid though.
@Stuart L Crawford Anything you would remove in particular, or change?
@Graham Smith I wouldn't necessarily remove anything, but when it needs it, it can be simplified to the mark and logotype on it's own - for example, small scale label on clothing.
I agree that there are a lots of things in here, and eyes just keep changing focus, but everything looks very well executed Graham, so that's just a pleasure for the eyes.
@Stuart L Crawford Ah yes! That's exactly what we have already. This is more the 'main' emblem/crest so to speak, then there are a few other lock-ups: brand name only, brand name with tag line, brand name with mascot, mascot only: http://cl.ly/NcI4
So in practice this version will not be used as a primary logo for the brand.
I see what you meant now… :)
@Milosz Klimek It's been a tricky one overall to balance, and still not 100% happy with the arrangement, but getting there. See comment above to @Stuart L Crawford about other variations.
This is another variation with some more refinements to type and spacing: http://cl.ly/Nd9S and not so fancy a tag line.
by Graham Smith
Different layout altogether with a focus on creating an overall shape that will translate to a clothing hanging tag a little better than the version before.
9 months ago
Beautiful. My favorite version right here.
5 months ago
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