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3 months ago
Tough call Jorgen, both are great. I would have to say I am leaning towards the bottom though!
I think it would make sense if it actually had a ligature in it somewhere?
I think you could use them together as part of branding. I could see the bottom one more on a web base and the top one on a short or something.
@Jason Carne Some of my members are implying ligature to the logo http://prntscr.com/2h22ea
I like the symmetric look for the bottom one
I agree, I'd add a ligature in there somewhere. Otherwise I like the bottom better. Looks great
I wants tuts! :) Jeg vil gjerne det!
I am not sure! Like both!
Bottom one looks more balanced and stronger but for the ligature collective i prefer the top one with the script :)
Both are awesome but I think the one on the bottom is the stronger mark :]
Hi @Jorgen Grotdal i would agree with everyone else, maybe a small ligature would be nice to see on this possibly?
But I also feel that maybe it doesn't. The reason behind me thinking it doesn't need it is because this is a collection of artists work, and the emphasis should be on the body of work rather than the actual logo used for the project.
I like the bottom one for balance and it reflects the point I just made. But I also like the top version of the image you posted here "http://prntscr.com/2h22ea".
people sometimes get to caught up on first visuals so maybe explaining why you created the logos you did would help in their choice also.
@Peter Bacallao These 2 logos was made to be the team's logo, and we are 25+ members. As all of us do typography and everyone had a shot on creating the logo were many was using ligature i thought i'd step out of that, because the logo doesn't have to be connected to the name, although it should be i didn't because there was already many doing it. As you see in the print screen. I wanted something easy.
@Jorgen Grotdal i agree with ya. it should be something easy. i like all versions so far. i think they all work. it should be about the work and members and it was a great idea.
I would agree with the Ligature comments, but because of that, I am most drawn to the top.
I generally don't like leaving negative comments about people's work, if it's not constructive then i'd rather say nothing.However i feel it's appropriate to say that what you do,and only do, Is unhealthy for the design community and for your future as a designer.It's great that your enjoying what you do, and have had success from it! that's great! but you've completely slaughtered this vintage lettering trend style thingy,it's all over the place, and is completely over done - time for something new, expand on your skill-set,branch out. I just felt i had to vent my frustrations and maybe provide some insight.Take it or leave it.The end
@Luke Ritchie you've said the exact same thing two times now, and it seems like it's only going after me. And i really don't bother arguing about it. I have at least 4 years left to change, when i feel its the time i will.
This is my second thing in design i'm doing, i make logotypes and do package design in between. You may say its overdone and all that, but really helps me to learn and get more used to being a designer, as it was not even what i imagined 1 year ago.
Surely you can expand your knowledge, but only through experiences like this! I say ignore the negative comments that won't help you, enjoy the experience of this project, and I like the top one.
by Lemur Design
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3 months ago
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