custom typographic logo critique

nhood's picture


Im looking for some outside criticism of this logotype. Perhaps it will provide further refinement.


apankrat's picture

What is it for?

nhood's picture

It was created for fun. It could be used for something in the future.

iamcorey's picture

Like what?

Providing context about your wordmark will yield a better critique.

typeidentity's picture

I think it's a clever type concept suggesting speed or motion. It just flows.

maybe the t should be a bit shorter??

there is something about the r..

twiggy's picture

Possibly work on a rule from the 'left-foot' of the k to the i? Maybe scrap the swash on the bottom left of the i.

This is purely a remark on how it could look 'kool' as I have no idea what it could be for, the genre, its characteristics, whether its selling something etc.

aluminum's picture

Logos 'just for fun' aren't really something that can be critiqued other than asking: did you have fun making it?

Redway's picture

On first viewing I like it! Good sense of movement, but not boy-racer speed...

Unfortunately, I think it might lose some legibility at smaller sizes - the 'k' and 't' are a bit too similar. Maybe you could give 't' a medium ascender height?

typeidentity's picture


of course you can give feedback on a fun logo

for instance about it's aesthetics and legibility

this way he can improve his techniques

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