Oct. 22 '09
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Abstract floral logo. Suited for fashion or a fragrance.
This is a revised version with thicker type.
Made my typography thicker. This is the original ( http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/82198 ). Comments?
It's not quite right place to comment this (what about a Brand Pond as well, David?) but this one is a jaw breaker IMO... Floral, Floralis, Floralisis, Floralisisis... Hm...
Thank you for taking the time to comment. I know an opinion from a person like you should be taken into account. For this one I didn't want the name to be too simple. Even though the mark is minimalistic, it's overlapping shapes and pattern form a rather complex floral shape. So the name would result as if it came from a study... floral analysis... Floralisis. Plus it works in Spanish as well. ***Could you comment on what you think of the design. Thanks again for your comment.
Fair enough... Mark itself looks nice but I think it should be a tad smaller. The other thing that bothers a bit is the fact that center part came out looking as a gear (part of machine) so it killed the elegance. And last, the gap between F and L is unnecessary IMO, but all of those are just minor tweaks if you decide to go that way. Sorry if my comment pissed you off but I'm a huge sucker for brands as well and I always analyze the whole package: brand name AND logo design itself... No hard feelings? :)
Pissed? This is my second logo on logopond and I have the famous %22Type08%22 giving me advice.This is good. Plus I prefer critique rather than praise because it's actually the only thing that really helps.**About the %22gear.%22 Well I could look into making the edges round though, the fact that it looks like a gear kind of unintentionally gives of science/machine/study feel I was talking about before, but to be honest It just came out like that.**F and L. Well when I drew my type I placed my letters with the same kerning except for the O because curved types give the illusion of being smaller if they don't rise above the median. F %26 L might look odd because there's so much ...empty space in the F I guess, but what could I do about that? Please help if you can..**By the way did you see the original with the thin type. How do feel about that one?**Thanks for your comment.
Famous, LOL...*This version works better, thickness of the font follows the mark...*Now I know that F follow the curve of the R and bar of the A but something has to be done here (longer middle bar or something) because now it looks almost like F Loralisis...
Yeah that middle bar looks disturbingly small in a reduced thumbnail. Thanks for the help. I just wish some of the other big guys would stop and take some time to help out the little guys in need.
really like this but would think it more suitable for consultancy / marketing than fashion (those tend to be typographic)
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