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Logo design basement cafe


Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#3
honestly... you've got a thing about circles haven't you... just look how many circular designs you've done...
 
#4
do you not like circles?
I think its because I did them all in the same week.ha. they wont all go into my portfolio, just a couple. but honestly I've got more without circles.... I think.ha
 
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Tony Hardy

Guest
#5
I think Levi might be allergic to circles.

I like the work, I'm not sure on the "Coffee House" font. It looks a little typewriter esque. Don't think it quite fits?
 
#6
I keep getting caught in two minds when trying to choose the font for the coffee house. Im in the middle of building up my portfolio. And I lack in logo design and brochure design, I just don't get that much creative work through my work so I new to make it up or redesign old logos. Im in the middle of doing a brochure for the local crossfit gym which is coming along nicely.
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#7
Actually the issue with the circles is that with the amount of circles does it not show lack of variation in your 'logo' design skills
 
#8
No not really, if it fits, it fits. I've got around 30 logos and 7 have a circle incorporated in them. Like I said these few where done in the same week, so i was trapped in that mind set. These all won't be included in my final portfolio. 2 or 3 will see the light of day. And those will be the ones I take further into stationery etc.
 
#10
I'll be adding to the page over the next few weeks, some r old some r re-vamps, it's just trying to find the time, but I need to get my wedding invites printed and embossed and made up 1st, the misses is nagging me to get it done. Some late nights ahead.ha
 
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Squiddy

Guest
#13
I think the second one looks much more prominent and comes across as more professional. However, I don't like the choice of fonts. The 'Basement' font isn't too bad, but I really dislike the 'COFFEE HOUSE' font, which is also much to tall in my opinion. Smaller, chunkier characters with wider spacing would look a lot better I think.