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by Logomotive • Uploaded: Nov. 29 '08

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Description: KS mono for a photographer WIP...
As seen on: http://www.kingstreetstudios.com

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Muamer Nov. 29 '08

...really like this, very creative :) Keep it up! :D**

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firebrand Nov. 29 '08

Looking great, Mike.

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logomotive Nov. 29 '08

%5E Thanks very much Maumer means a lot coming form you. I did not think it was possible to combine a K S that works and pleasing to the eye but happy so far.

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firebrand Nov. 29 '08

Ok don't gloat just because you're the 3rd oldest. %3B)

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Matheus Nov. 29 '08

I think you should remove the circle, It doesn't seem to work with the mark (which is very good), imo.

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logomotive Nov. 30 '08

%5E Ok pops %3B-)*Matheus, thanks bud. While I somewhat agree with you there is a strong purpose here.*The circle represents a lens and the business also shoot a lot of wedding photographs, so therefore a ring. By adding the circle this will also visually balance for either horizontal layout or vertical.

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logomotive Dec. 03 '08

Thanks LoGoBoom Glen, did you change your name?

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OcularInk Dec. 03 '08

Missed this! Nice work on the monogram. It can be quite difficult coming up with one that's unique, original, and memorable. I think you nailed it. Oh, and the circle works for me. No offense Matheus. %3B-)

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logomotive Dec. 05 '08

thanks Doc, one can go here to see why I have the circle.*http://www.kingstreetstudios.com

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logomotive Nov. 05 '09

Another example of why I added circle can be seen here. Look close at the logo on storefront window ,sign guys did a nice job. http://www.kingstreetstudiosblog.com/?p%3D542

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

Hey Thanks Jared. I appreciate you looking %3B)

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Stephen James Nov. 06 '09

Cool man, congrats to you.. I've been working on an s and a j for quite sometime.. Cant find anything I'm happy with.

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

Thanks, s and j? seems easy but then probably hard to come up with something new that has not been done. I thought of 2 half curves with dot in middle?

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Chad Sanderson Nov. 06 '09

Looks great in application. Good to see a very nice logo get put to use the right way.

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

AMEN to that. I don't like to link some of the e others LOL

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mfrank Nov. 06 '09

Did you do some flash with this logo? I watched a video on their website and the flash of the logo intro was pretty nifty.

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

%5E yeah right. No I'm no web guy, wish I knew how.Yeah they do GREAT work too.

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mfrank Nov. 06 '09

Well either way..kudos on the logo!

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

Thanks Matthew, I think it's my favorite monogram that I've designed. Waiting for the guys to make some baseball caps %3B)

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Stephen James Nov. 06 '09

Lol, wow.. I really think I just overanalyze things %3B) *But, that isn't a bad idea..*I'll have to try it out.. Thank you logo.

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logomotive Nov. 06 '09

Personal logos are hard. Shoot me an email. I can show you something.

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rudy hurtado Nov. 06 '09

Mike, buddy, I'm glad to see nice designs being utilized properly, I'm sure you are in cloud 9 right now, and I don't blame you, good for you.

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firebrand Nov. 06 '09

Yep, good to see it in use. **Pops.

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OcularInk Nov. 06 '09

Ha, I was just about to say what Rudy said. That is the best!!

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JF Jan. 13 '10

I really like this one.

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