WP Monogram V2

by Logomotive • Uploaded: Dec. 10 '09 - Gallerized: Dec. '09

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Description: WP monogram. Same concept applied as version 1 just executed differently. The client thought original was too masculine. This production Co. mostly caters to Weddings AKA Winship Productions/Wedding Planners, so the WP monogram works as both which is kinda cool. This mark will probably be best for client if they do choose.
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m1sternoname Dec. 10 '09

Very nice, suttle, classy monogram, I think this one is the best!

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OcularInk Dec. 10 '09

Nicely styled, dude.

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logomotive Dec. 10 '09

Thanks Floris and Doc Oc. More Wedding Planners anyhow now. Sometimes it's good to get rejected. There's a 2 in there also (stretching the concept %3B) for %22wedding/couples%22 tried to give it a little ring flare too.

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rincon Dec. 10 '09

this one is definitely more elegant. good for you

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andreiu Dec. 10 '09

this one is better

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mfrank Dec. 10 '09

Agreed. This fits the clients business better.

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designabot Dec. 10 '09

agree with the others. Nice work Mike

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Thrasher317 Dec. 11 '09

Much better than the last. To be honest, I didn't really enjoy the last one(I know, I suck.) Is the actual name Winship? Or is that just a FPO name? The reason I ask is that I like the top of the diamond looking like front of a ship and splitting the water into waves forms the W. I only have one tweak and it may just be monitor, but the spacing between the two %22swashes%22 is slightly bigger on the right side than the left. Have you tried a more ornate diamond shape instead of geometric? Just curious. Nice to see other variations. Good luck. I hope the client approves.

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Tømme Dec. 11 '09

i prefer this one, it shows great elegance, well done

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logomotive Dec. 11 '09

Thanks guys, clients worried about the %22average joe%22 not seeing the WP though. IMO I see a large W on initial, but I designed it. They get it it but worried that others will not... so still a WIP.

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Type08 Dec. 11 '09

I thought 'Winship' is not aiming on 'average Joes'... I guess I was wrong...

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logomotive Dec. 11 '09

%5Eyeah hard to keep inspired when you get let downs and hear stuff like that. Need to do a little preaching about logo design and why we don't throw the kitchen sink in design and why sometimes aesthetics takes precedence over someone slapping together a WP and calling it a logo.

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rudy hurtado Dec. 11 '09

Mike, I thought this was the challenge: Client's main goal is a good memorable monogram.**They are getting exactly that IMO, and, who cares about what people see in a mark although I see the WP clearly, they should give 'average Joes' more credit. Sorry to hear that Bud.

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logomotive Dec. 11 '09

Rudy, thanks for your support. We need that sometimes :)

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JF Dec. 14 '09

Some clients can be a PITA at times%3B creative control and all that. It's a shame.

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OcularInk Dec. 14 '09

Exactly what Rudy said. Some clients, man. The mark is beautiful regardless if you can see the W/P.

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logomotive Dec. 19 '09

Thanks guys, client chose this design after all %3B)

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logomotive Dec. 19 '09

thanks Dalius, lucky to have this client too.

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andreiu Dec. 19 '09

nice too hear that! one of the clever clients.

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logomotive Jan. 12 '10

%5E :) my clients are all clever, just not always design wise %3B)

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JoePrince Aug. 29 '10

Always liked this one, Mike. Nice work.

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