KS mono

by Logomotive • Uploaded: Nov. 29 '08

Description: KS mono for a photographer WIP...

As seen on: http://www.kingstreetstudios.com

Status: Nothing set

Commenting: Not seeking critique

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Muamer said on Nov. 29 '08

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

firebrand said on Nov. 29 '08

Looking great, Mike.

logomotive said on Nov. 29 '08

^ 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.

logomotive said on Nov. 29 '08

Thanks POPS!

firebrand said on Nov. 29 '08

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

Matheus said on Nov. 29 '08

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

logomotive said on Nov. 30 '08

^ Ok pops ;-)
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.

LoGoBoom said on Nov. 30 '08

I like!

logomotive said on Dec. 03 '08

Thanks LoGoBoom Glen, did you change your name?

OcularInk said on 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. ;-)

logomotive said on Dec. 05 '08

thanks Doc, one can go here to see why I have the circle.

logomotive said on Mar. 16 '09

Thanks nima

logomotive said on 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=542

lundeja said on Nov. 05 '09

Very nice

logomotive said on Nov. 06 '09

Hey Thanks Jared. I appreciate you looking ;)

Stephen James said on 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.

logomotive said on 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?

Chad Sanderson said on Nov. 06 '09

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

logomotive said on Nov. 06 '09

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

mfrank said on 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.

logomotive said on Nov. 06 '09

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

mfrank said on Nov. 06 '09

Well either way..kudos on the logo!

logomotive said on 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 ;)

Stephen James said on Nov. 06 '09

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

logomotive said on Nov. 06 '09

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

rudy hurtado said on 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.

firebrand said on Nov. 06 '09

Yep, good to see it in use.


OcularInk said on Nov. 06 '09

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

JF said on Jan. 13 '10

I really like this one.

logomotive said on Jan. 13 '10

Thanks guys, this was the final result. http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/89686

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