Jan. 07 '09
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v3 - fixed the width of the "f" and the end of the "e"
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I'm a total sucker for the scripty/hand written fonts
This is the most unique. Not as a design itself but as an ID for a designer. It really has to come down to your personality and how you want to convey that to your audience. For instance, I probably like my Logophile name and design better than my LoGoBoom. But it was an intentional decision to go with the friendlier LoGoBoom to create a more casual first impression in any potential audience that would also allude to my working style.
I'm more drawn to this one, the type and the color work well IMO. Nice job penflare! :)
why not use this with the mark..?
This one gets my vote too Sean but l agree with Glen that ultimately the design needs to convey your personality. Good luck!
I agree with LogoBoom. It really boils down to your personality or the type of clients you seek. As for this mark, have you thought of turning the %22f%22 or %22l%22 into a quill (sp?) type pen? Ya know, with a feathered end? I think that'd work well with this style.
Definitely this one. Handwritten in pen and has more flair. The one with mark is trying too hard.
IMO this one best describes the business name
Suitable and sleek mate, It's a winner.
I'm bias towards the PF mark, but this probably fits the name the best :-(**
well this one best describes me so i'll go with this one. **@logotivity - ive always appreciated simple wordmarks
Yep, this one bro!
This one is the bomb!
I like this one the best.
%3C actually THIS one is the bomb...literally
u can put the other on incspring and it will sell fast, I can promise you that..
logotivity, that mark was created by mike @ logomotive. He owns it since i will most likely not be using it.
This is awsome!!!
too classic yet hip, i love it, go for it*
The aesthetics are great, Sean.**One suggestion is to alter the shape of the second 'e', so it's not identical to the first. This will add a more personal / less typefacey feel.**Something subtle, like bringing the tail-end down a little further?**(Yes, typefacey is a custom word.)
very, very nice! my only comment is, and probably due to my pickiness, is the 'r'. the other smaller case letters, the 'e', 'n', 'a', the 'e' all seem to have slight rise from left to right while the 'r' has a fall left to right. was this intentional for some specific reason? great work nonetheless.
I agree with David A. In addition, to be nit-picky, the 'f' seems slightly heavier in weight than the rest of the letters. My eye is getting stuck there. This is the one though!
I really think this looks great, what would a Cap. P look like? (Just Wondering?)
Hey Sean, This one is almost perfect. The color is too light for a person like you :)...JK. Its very neat!
its wonderful but isnt it toooo much %22young and rubicam%22???
@davidairey, thanks for the feedback. I also agree that the e on the end should be different, please not the new updated one.**@kevin, - yes i changed the weight of the %22f%22 - i must have missed that when deleting some of the outlines.**@terry, maybe, im not sure about color yet, although i have been using this one quite a bit.. you know what they say blue is going to be big in 2009**@nassimh, naw not to young, customizing a typeface is always in style.**- everyone else, thanks for the compliments, the new V3 has been uploaded.
Simple and Brilliant stuff sir...**I love these type of logos, and as i have seen here, well constructed.**I fixed the link: http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/49838
Old School' Best :p
Absolutely gorgeous script!
Is the font based on Metroscript, Sean?
yes its based on metroscript
Looking good, dude. Now start that branding process.
really good one! %3D)
it's so nice that I could use it for a tatoo on my arm :)
thanks guys! im liking it finally.. it had to grow on me - i'm also considering still going with a mark, just havent found the right one yet.. ya know???
I still prefer this one.
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