Logos for me

Ringo's picture

Hello everyone,

I'm in my first year graphic & typographic design at KABK, and I'm working on a project which is to develop my own logo.

I want it to have a very actual look, yet with a good sense of tradition. Nimble yet sturdy.

I found the Silom a quite appropriate typeface, very 'electronic' but quite round.

What do you think of it?

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Geoff Riding's picture

It says the jpg file contains errors, I'm guessing it's a CMYK jpg. You'll need to convert to RGB to fix the error.

timd's picture

Assuming it is supposed to read – me dwarsig – it isn't working, specifically the z just doesn't read s to me, I can just about buy e=a and m=w. I don't understand the significance of the rz in merz but the rotation/reflection falls down because the r won't let you do that. I don't know if you could find a better typeface, but I suspect a simple monoline would perform better something like Variable. As it stands I am not getting any sturdy tradition, let alone nimbleness.
Tim

Ringo's picture

Fixed.

Ringo's picture

Assuming it is supposed to read – me dwarsig – it isn’t working, specifically the z just doesn’t read s to me, I can just about buy e=a and m=w.

Readability isn't my first command but it mustn't be a puzzle too hard to solve.

I enjoy experimenting with rotated/reflected letter images: to what extent does it affect the readability, is there a possibility of letter exchanges (e=a, m=w etc) without getting too... fuzzy, if you know what i mean.

I don’t understand the significance of the rz in merz but the rotation/reflection falls down because the r won’t let you do that.

Just a little Merz joke.

I don’t know if you could find a better typeface, but I suspect a simple monoline would perform better something like Variable. As it stands I am not getting any sturdy tradition, let alone nimbleness.

Hmm i keep on trying. Thx. :)

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