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I'm currently attempting to hand letter a logo based off of some faint visual memories of some mid-century modern lettering I've seen through my travels. I'm hoping someone out there can look at what I have so far and point me to some existing typefaces or lettering that evoke this "style" so I may reference them to perfect the whole thing!
I would also love some general feedback and guidance if people are willing to share it!
I recently moved into a marketing position for a new winery called Firehouse Wine Cellars, but I can't stand the logo they are using. It's wrong in a million different ways (copperplate, unbalanced, palace script - see for yourself).
They want to keep a vintage feeling and use of a maltese cross. I was thinking about using something like LHF Old Tom for heading text, but am not sure what to pair it with or how to incorporate a maltese cross. Please help! I've hit a block!
I'm fairly experienced in Illustrator, but there's a technique that I can't seam to figure out.
Here the designers used some circles as guides. Very sharp and snapping the guide.
I know how to make an object into a guide, but how do I get my objects curves to be as clean as the guides. I can do it by eye, but it's never exactly on point.
Does this technique have a name I can google or can somebody send me some tutorials.
Here's the logo and some additional information: http://i.imgur.com/90M7zzt.png
For those interested in the job (contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org):
We find that our current logo has a range of issues:
1) It’s too bland. We strived for simple, but ended up with bland.
2) Unrelatable to our primary audience (college students)
3) We strove for: Sleek, high quality, class, professional, fun
We’re looking for a new identity for our upcoming expansion
1) Color scheme. Finding a color scheme that fits us is our primary mission. The colors have to work across the platform
Long time ago, i viewed a logo on Behance that inspired by Chinese character "Ren" which means man/people. It was amazing!
I was stunned by it because i think it's rare for western logo / designer using chinese character as the inspiration or element. Please anyone who knows some references about this kind of logo(type), would you like to tell me?
P.S: anyone guess know the logo i had viewed on Behance? Bacause i have an all night seaching on Behance and i can'f found it again because i forgot anything but the logo looks like (see bellow)
Good day everyone,
I have been considering a realign of my families brand for a few years, and the legibility of the current logo has recently been discussed and not being ready for moving into a larger market, which we are considering.
I am an amateur at this, and before I go stumbling through this process, I was wondering if you all had any suggestions on where to start.
This is what I am starting with: http://i.imgur.com/gsk45Dz.jpg
I was assigned to design a logo for a theater company. They are producing their first stage play by now, so they are putting a great importance on the logo. It is called "Gentes", which is an unnatural plural of the collective word for "people" in Portuguese.
What sets them apart from other companies in Sao Paulo is that they are going to produce original musical theater, with brand new books and music. Most of the other companies go the other way round: their work is either Broadway musicals barely translated to Portuguese or jukebox musicals telling the stories of some important Brazilian artists.
In need of critique of this logo. All opinions are appreciated.
In need of critique of this logo. All opinions appreciated.
I have been a silent Typophile forum user for quite some time. While I have had graphic design training, most of my typography and design know-how is self-taught and this site has often times served as a valuable resource. With that said, I'd appreciate feedback on this logo for a metal/rock band that I've been working on. I have included sketches and snapshots of the design process:
I am new to this forum and would like to ask your opinion/critiques on my new logo for a small design agency. The older one was created some time ago and now I'm not fully satisfied with it. It doesn't work very well on small sizes and looks a little bit old-fashioned to me. I've created several new versions with a modern look but can't decide which will work better.
To keep continuity with the old logo I used same red and gray. The font is also the same.
What logo do you think suits best for a small design studio? Do you have any negative associations with any of these logos? Any thoughts and opinions would be greatly appreciated.
I desperately need to find out which font is used in this logo, since I couldn't find and contact original designer who did this. I would appreciate your help.
So I'm attempting to to redesign the corporate identity for this brand here.
The logo is currently used for a professional gaming team that has been around for many years. In terms of what the brand should represent: professionalism, edginess & competition/sportiness with perhaps a bit of a futuristic vibe given the industry it's in.
As you can see, the text version of the logo is quite tacky and outdated (currently uses Concelian Jet).
While the core shape of the logo is unlikely to be changed, I've been considering trying to change the font used in the main logo and move it *beneath* the logo instead of on top. However, I've been struggling to find something that really fits well visually.
I've designed a couple logos for an accelerator called "WE". For some reason I've been struggling with how short the term "WE" is.
What do you think? Which one should I go with? What should I change?
Thanks in advance.
Can you please identify this san serif?
I am new to the forums and am extremely exited to dig into them and join the conversations, for my first post I was wanting to get some feedback. I am currently working on some basic branding for myself and was wanting to know what you thought of the mark I made for myself. Could I get general impressions and what you think is wrong with it? Thanks so much!
Here is my Old logo:
Here is my new one:
So first off… hello to everyone. I am new to the typophile site. I have looked through it many times before and am in awe of the depth of knowledge that this site brings to surface. I am a design student here in Florida bumbling around the world of type and look forward to learning and sharing here. I have a ton to learn but I am a hard worker and ready for some knowledge in hopes that one day when the design cosmos aligns and can share my experience strength and hope with another with the same desire for knowledge.
So I am currently learning the nuances of type (I hope :>) and have a challenge. The current project is branding a mobile food service.
I´m looking for the font of this logo.
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)
Logo Critique for a scandinavian design object, Also need typo help for header and body text.
Bengala is a trendy new type system. The family is made up of a script style, an extended all-caps style, and an ornament set that includes the animal illustrations shown here.
It's my first post, so hello everyone.
I would like to know your opinion about this logo, which I created for publishing company called WiR. It's completely imaginary company which produces books and e-books in two languages. My idea is that they have a special method where text flow from one language to the other. That's why I tried to connect all 3 letters. "W" and "R" are first letters of founders surnames and "i" is "and" in my language. What do you think?
attached is my moodboard for a playful and quirky logo, yet still modern.
I'm looking for more idea's typewise.
I'm looking for suggestions for font pairings to go with our new logo.
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a non profit located in Atlanta, Georgia. Quick summery is that the building is a historic mansion where we have we have 200 art classes and rent for weddings and events. I have a background in commercial photography and am a jr. designer. I am working on branding guidelines and a friend suggested I post here for font suggestions.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. Looking for a good san serif heading font and serif body font that my staff will have on their newest version of Microsoft Office or we can get for free/minimal cost.