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Initials logo idea

Hi everyone,

I'm playing with my new personal logo and I would like to use my initials of PH and transform them into the cube which I'm almost there I think (Cube like a basic 3d object - I want to focus on 3d design :) ). But there is still something what I don't see what's wrong. I would like to have same width on the top and bottom and between P and H. Technically the P is same like H but optically the H looks wider. Also I tried some grid....

I'll be happy if you can suggest any opinions and ideas what to fix.

Thank you very much.

client's brand used for final output

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Apologies for the low resolution of this image. focus on the upper portion of the logo, thank you.

So here I am having a client for my final output for a course in my university and we agreed on the rebranding of the logo as being like this image up here.

my problem now is what "C" can be best similar to this? (See the center of the top portion of the logo.)
- has a ball terminal
- more or less constant width throughout the stroke of the "C"

I am trying to have the look that the "C" that will be used in this logo will be the one that will be used for the brand name as well (since it also starts with C; both words to be exact.)

In addition, I'd need a second type that will accompany the primary type (for touchpoints and other deliverables)

Latin characters set in Levenim MT

So the short story here is that I've inherited this logotype on a project and the designer used Levenim MT to set the Latin characters. However, that's a Hebrew font:
http://www.microsoft.com/typography/fonts/font.aspx?FMID=1889

What's the best way to approach this?
- Should I attempt to find and substitute a Latin font with identical glyphs? If so, which one?
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- Should I just accept that Levenim MT was chosen for its Latin character set?

It's a geometric sans serif and I don't believe the Latin characters are from Futura, because the lower case 'c' has terminals cut radially rather than vertically-sheared.

I've run into this problem occasionally and the more general question I have is:
Are the Latin characters displayed in non-Latin fonts:

Mortgage Company Logo

Hi. My name is Drew and I am doing a branding and development project for a local Mortgage company. The company name is First Home Equity Loans. He asked for a new logo to be "upstanding, professional, and to look bigger than the company really is". He is a former Marine and carries himself and his business in a very upstanding and patriotic demeanor. I developed two different ideas for the logo and he chose from the two. I would like some feedback on both of them as the one he chose will need to be more fully developed and the one he did not choose I would like to possibly use in the future. The customer was happy with the file called "fhe logo approved.pdf" and I would like to finalize that one.

Mortgage Company Logo

Hi. My name is Drew and I am doing a branding and development project for a local Mortgage company. The company name is First Home Equity Loans. He asked for a new logo to be "upstanding, professional, and to look bigger than the company really is". He is a former Marine and carries himself and his business in a very upstanding and patriotic demeanor. I developed two different ideas for the logo and he chose from the two. I would like some feedback on both of them as the one he chose will need to be more fully developed and the one he did not choose I would like to possibly use in the future. The customer was happy with the file called "fhe logo approved.pdf" and I would like to finalize that one.

New brand Communication Agency

Hi There

I am working on a logo for the communcations company/agency I am working for and for which I wanted your opinion.

Keywords: proud but simple, embrace (close) and atmosphere

My question: which mark do you think works best?


// MARK 1


// MARK 2


// Concept


// Variations on mark 2

The S is the first letter of the name of the company.
And the colors were choosen by feeling. Afterwards I noticed these were red, green and blue as in RGB (different order, though).

Would appreciate your comments.

Cheers

Ray

Typeface Comparison: Web Fonts... Tahoma vs. Verdana (IMAGE)

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Ok, so it is that inevitable time in every brand's life when it must be made into a website.

In this case the printed materials would use Gotham Narrow as a body copy font. The question is, which is more like Gotham Narrow: Tahoma or Verdana, and why?

I have adjusted size and tracking to get all three into the same basic space and configuration. Please forgive any little issues.

I am eagerly awaiting interesting comparative notes. Thanks in advance!

1 Million Members Logo

Hola! amigos,

I'm working on a logo for company. The company has recently reached a milestone of reaching 1 million members. They want a visual mark/logo to use on commemorative plaques, buttons and other items. I've started with a simple approach. I believe the acronym for 1 million is 1M. This is for use in the US. Please check out my sketches and let me know what you think.

gracias.

1 font 1 brand 1 letter A-Z

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I am looking for some assistance in building a list of brands. This will be an A-Z list of brands but the kicker is that the type face for each brand needs to be a known type face and the idea is to have as compelling of a brand and type face as possible.
I am starting the list with

A - American Airlines - Helvetica

I have created a google spreadsheet that I am keeping the list on and have left the privileges open in case anyone is so inclined to add directly to the spread sheet.

http://bit.ly/b2ViK2

Personal Visual Identity - Seeking advice

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Hello,

I'm in the process of creating my own visual identity and am looking for any advice on how to proceed. Let me explain the project briefly. I've settled on a word mark built around an ambigram of my initials, A,B. The ambigram will serve as a watermark for my illustration work and acts as a distinct element - i'm not planning on keeping the wordmark and ambigram together in the final layout.

The ambigram is meant to resemble a percentage mark by joining the letter 'a' on top of the 'b'. The forward slash though is only at a 15 degree angle, so I'm wondering if it's enough to make it look like a percentage mark, not just a unified a+b.

(x) help spoof Fred Phelps: ID his fonts- Kabel Ultra {Craig E}

Want to drown out his hate messages with signs that look and feel the same as his. What typefaces look most similar to these?

http://logo.blogs.com/new_now_next/page/2/

http://americansfortruth.com/news/labarbera-commends-gary-glenns-stateme...

http://beyondthecopy.wordpress.com/2009/05/05/extremists-to-ban-or-not-t...

I'm not encouraging counter-protests to Westboro Baptist, just keeping it positive.

(x) Selection Brand logotype (Discount brand) - Eidetic Modern {Raboyak}

Hi there folks,

I'm trying to find a font for my package redesign project and I'm stuck on defining the font. It's no where to be found in the Adobe Opentype Package.

Selection Brand Logotype

If you could help me that would be more than great.

Cheers!!!

Self Branding Sketches

So I'm doing another logo for myself and want to create a brand that reflects the hand drawn or hand made quality of my design work. I like hand drawn typography but also screen print and sew occasionally. For the logo I want it to be like a humble seal of quality. My last name is Hagadorn so I plan on putting my name around or under the mark.

This is an early-ish sketch, let me know what you think.