Logo Treatment


8 Responses

  1. Young&United Young&United

    Can't wait to stamp this puppy on our packaging.

    Designed by @Metcalf

    Critique – go go go

    over 1 year ago

  2. Bill S Kenney Bill S Kenney

    Ship it!


    over 1 year ago

  3. Jeremy Teff Jeremy Teff

    Nice, my only critique is that I miss the Tittle on the "i" . Really like the G - amp connection.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Young&United Young&United

    @Bill S Kenney we're workin on it! @Jeremy Teff I agree, trying to figure out how to get the title in there. hmm

    over 1 year ago

  5. Young&United Young&United

    over 1 year ago

  6. Keith Tatum Keith Tatum

    @Young&United I think the updated version has even more personality with the texture and dashes. Please rebound a packaging shot. It would be awesome to see how this translates to print versus your first pass. Fantastic line work.

    over 1 year ago

  7. Jennifer Cook Jennifer Cook

    I love the ampersand, and the line weights/textures of the update look great and give it a great feel. Just a few things that jump out at me - the "Y", the way the bottom loop joins with the top, then juts into the "o" could flow a bit better. Also the comparitive sizes of the Y and U, maybe the Y could be a bit bigger, a bit more substantial? The x-heights and letter slants on "Young" are looking good, but on "United" the x-height sizes slope smaller and the slants are quite different from "Young" (compare the letter n between the two words). Oh and one more thing - the baselines, looks like they're at dissonant angles, not sure if that was intentional or not?

    Not that it should all look precise & mechanical, at all, but a bit more regularity is easy on the eyes. Overall I do really like the personality of this & think it'll look great on some packaging!

    over 1 year ago

  8. Wade Winebrenner Wade Winebrenner

    This looks great, Sean. The only thing that doesn't really do it for me is how the bottom loop joins with the top counter of the "Y". I really like where this is heading!

    over 1 year ago

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