Nomawear (Redevelopment)

by HayesImage • Uploaded: Feb. 11 '13 - Gallerized: Feb. '13

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Description: Previously being developed as Anoma (An amalgamation of Anna & Norman) changed names (Nomawear has now been registered) as some found the original moniker too close too 'enema'. The mark based on the top-left portion of the Union Jack, Nomawear are based in Northern English province of Carlisle. The mark forms a abstracted N shape & an arrow leading the eye towards the name. Nomawear is a formal fashionwear startup. Main image updated.
Status: Work in progress
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Hayes Image Feb. 11 '13

Open for critique on this.

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Muamer Feb. 11 '13

Nice branding potential here, Josh. IMO, the type needs a bit more work on the kerning... Fine tuning :)

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samdemastrie Feb. 11 '13

I like it. Two things: I feel like the A-W kerning is a little tight, and maybe the W-E could come in a smidgen. Also, this might just be me, but I'd be curious as to what it looks like with the corner of the mark kissing the corner of the N, as opposed to that bit of space. Have you tried that?

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Hayes Image Feb. 11 '13

Thanks for the input guys!!

@Sam interesting thought, I'll have tinker.

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Hayes Image Feb. 11 '13

Added a variation with adjusted kerning & an example of the mark touching the type.

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bartodell Feb. 12 '13

Looks great man. Nice work!

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Nitish Feb. 12 '13

I like the way you have dismantle 'N' The mark has to the potential to be memorable. Cheerz

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nido Feb. 12 '13

Clean and smart... good work.

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Hayes Image Feb. 12 '13

Thanks guys!!! I'm working on some print collateral ideas as we speak :)

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effendy Feb. 13 '13

I like everything about it. Good job buddy!

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Hayes Image Feb. 13 '13

Thanks guys :) This was a tough one!!!

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ocularink Feb. 21 '13

Tough problem to solve, man. I think you pulled it off.

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Hayes Image Feb. 25 '13

Thanks Kev, was indeed a struggle :)

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Hayes Image Jan. 06 '14

I'm not saying that I'm the first to use the Union Jack in this context but, a similar typeface, a similar colour palette...and identical concept; http://www.logodesignlove.com/made-in-britain-logo-by-the-partners

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