BABYROYALE

by danny • Uploaded: Jul. 18 '08

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Description: Updated: Final logo that is being used :) my first ever! I increased the stroke width to reflect the width of the type (thanks for the feedback guys!)
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Tags: slick dark gold silver
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danny Jul. 18 '08

Updated version - managed to talk the client into improving upon the idea of a reverse BR monogram - Thanks clashmore for your previous advice :)**Danny

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danny Jul. 18 '08

Thank you clashmore - good question. The original logo used a crayon drawing of a crown - to symbolise both baby and royal. This idea became obsolete as they wanted to target a higher end consumer market. I used the original idea as inspiration and introduced this into the rebrand to replicate a silver pen effect.**To be honest, the silhouette alone didn't look quite 'there' yet, but I will however put both concepts to the client first thing tomorrow *

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dache Jul. 18 '08

I think this is a good concept so far. If you were to make the symbol two thirds the size of the type, it would justify having the small details (ie. hair, lips ). The stroke of the symbol will benefit from something thicker. I would recommend using a stroke equal to the thickest stroke of the type to make things uniform.

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danny Jul. 19 '08

Thanks very much guys...really appreciate your feeback - love both your work too. Hopefully one day I will be at the same level as some of the fantastic artists on here!

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jguay Jul. 19 '08

This may just be me, but from the thumbnail, I kept seeing a baby with a Mohawk. I wonder if reducing the number of points from 5 to 3 would help. Or maybe just adding a line to seperate the crown from the head. Otherwise it's looking pretty good.

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hindmarshdesign Jul. 30 '08

Good suggestions. Good luck with this. I love it!

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McGuire Design Aug. 06 '08

I like this one too, I think I would like to see it filled in rather than outline imo.

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dannymichel Oct. 18 '10

love it! what's that font?

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