Critique for Marching Band ID

Endre Berentzen's picture

Just wanted to know what you think of my logo suggestion for a marching band. Anything I should change/something I've missed or should ad?

Christian Robertson's picture

Where's the bell? You've got all the parts of a horn except the most recognizable part.

Endre Berentzen's picture

I know;-) The name itself was the most important and the bell became too dominant and would look cheesy. It should give the impression of a horm instrument not necessarily all the elements. If you try to blow in this logo I think you would blow your lounges - no exit;-)

patricking's picture

those tiny details feel out of scale to the rest of the forms, to the point that they actually look like mistakes. i had to look at it a long time before getting it, and i'm very familiar with brass instruments.

aluminum's picture

The problem is that spit valves are always gross.

Lex Kominek's picture

Keep the mouthpiece and the little loop in the 'D', add a couple more valves, and cut the other little details out. You may need to find a way to add a bell too.

- Lex

Endre Berentzen's picture

Tnx guys! All valid comments that I will take into consideration.

mikefats's picture

I like it a lot. What do you think about trimming out the extra elements - maybe leaving just the mouth piece and the pressy thing on the D? The other ones are visually thin and confusing to a brass novice like myself. I dig the concept and execution, though.

Ratbaggy's picture

nice one.

coming along very nicely

Paul Ducco
Motion Graphics Melbourne

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