Graphic company logo
Posted 10 May 2010 - 04:32 PM
Posted 10 May 2010 - 08:13 PM
OK took your advice and this is what I got
The dot above the "i" looses the detail that the logo above it has, maybe happened when sizing.
In my opinion the dot above the eye looks small for the text I liked the logo in front of the text like you had in the first image.
They both look good, I think sice it is a logo for graphics it doesnt need to always be clean its one of the few times you can be bolder and more creative.
Posted 10 May 2010 - 09:22 PM
Keep it simple. and the "graphics" beneath "brushfire" is too thin. If you want to try a logo and see that it works you have to put it first on white and then on black.
That's a rule and if i'm wrong please contradict me.
Posted 11 May 2010 - 02:21 PM
I like the name of your company. It seems like the changes you have made to your logo has it a little lost. The icon part looks more like water now than fire.
I also liked the placement of the icon before the type. I think the font you chose is great for this kind of a layout. The curves of the fire flow with the strong curves of the letters.
I would agree that you don't need the little flame as the dot of the "i". However, as an alternate presentation you could present your logo with the flame on the "i" (larger of course) with no other graphics.
I would also recommend you increase the the space between the letters in brushfire or you make them touch completely. Right now the kerning kind of looks like an oversight.
The "graphics" part of your logo needs some attention. I would move it down away from bushfire, it's just too close. I like that you opened up the letters, because it contrasts to the tightness of bushfire. I think to add even more contrast you should try graphics in all upper case. Uppercase will contrast with your lower case brush fire.
Posted 14 May 2010 - 05:39 PM
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