Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by richdaddy7, Apr 3, 2018.
Its very basic.. you can easily make that kind of logo even in Microsoft Word.. But its ok at least youve tried your best.. You can check some of the video tutorials in youtube.. I suggest using Adobe illustrator for Vector file
3 are too closer, if I merely need to decide one then I go with number 2.
Here is my shirt design I did few days ago even I think these are not that good
not good enough
I agree with what Thulf has said regarding the style of the logo, this logo looks more suitable to a construction company. It is very bland for a streetwear company and would not be recognisable or a logo you would remember.
I think the main thing you need to correct is the font you have used, once you have chosen a font that works nicely you can look at adding some creativity to it. Take everyone’s comments as constructive criticism though.
If I had to choose, i'd choose the first. I don't think they're awful, but they don't look like a logo for a streetwear brand.
They kinda look the same to me, but it’d go with #2
Of those, I would choose 3, but I think you could do a lot better. Kind of feels like if a major corporation was trying to do a Supreme logo without commiting trademark infringement.
i would recommend you to change the typeface and customize it. if you want the red hit in the logo you could try changing its size and appeareance, add a little detail. i think the logo has cool potential, not to stand out a lot but to live. a good logo is halfway where you wanna go. good ideas and a original label name.here is some constructive critique from someone works in this field. if you got questions pm me.
The third one catches my eye the best, but after inspecting it I don't really get the urge to buy anything or find out more. I feel like it'd be a good place to start, but you need to work on the design. Make me want to find out what this design is all about.
I pretty much agree with everyone above me, lukewarm at best.
I agree with most people here, a bit generic.
needs some style
+1 For #1 ..
I think the No.2 will look great if the following alignment is achieved...
To better understand what I mean:
I feel that the italic O in your No.2 out-hangs the left-side upper corner (see light blue line in "No.2") of the bottom box. Simply perpendicular aligning the left-side outer border of the italic O with the left-side upper corner of the bottom box (see light blue vertical line in "NEW") will make the existing No.2 logo look much better.
When you'e using an extra-thick font, and as all-caps too, then the alignments between the various elements, e.g., top line and bottom box, need to be visually very balanced...
Thank you everyone for the answers, I really appreciate them, they helps me alot.
I made a second type of logo, which I attached. What are you think about this?
now it's a lot of better
Yeah this looks better than the others
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