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Which logo?


#1
Hi, firstly I'm not very good when it comes to logos. I'm more of a web/UI designer.

Looking for some feedback on some logo ideas I've come up with for my photo and video agency that I want to create.



Any opinion on these? Any good enough to suffice?

Cheers!
 

Levi

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#2
well my thoughts are they're all basically the same logo, its the same text just with different lines around them....
 
#3
well my thoughts are they're all basically the same logo, its the same text just with different lines around them....
Well yeah, I drafted up loads of different concepts and preferred this one by a long shot. Was wondering which variation of this logo looked better and if its even a idea worth pursuing...
 

Wardy

Well-Known Member
#7
I like the one in the red box, but media needs to be the same height as the rest, I think. Not sure about the grey box if it was ever used b/w.

The others remind me of some newspaper - Guardian maybe?
 
#8
In one way the triple banking has made it look more logo-like, but something about the right alignment makes the words harder for me to focus on because of the different vertical starting points on each line.

I like the simplicity of the versions in your earlier posts, but now you've put the box around "twothirds", the emphasis is starting to sit in a more comfortable place for me.

There are three 'thirds' to your name. In the designs you have a different variation of the text for each third (i.e light/coloured/bold or light/bold/italic.

Based on that, my thoughts are considering your name, perhaps it might lend itself better if the emphasis is more:
twothirdsmedia (i.e using only two text variations as opposed to three)

as opposed to the emphasis sitting more towards the end:
twothirdsmedia

Just a thought.
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#9
I agree with Wardy on the grey. Grey with red might reproduce poorly in black & white or if it gets photocopied. Also liking Rizla's "twothirdsmedia" point. Makes sense really.