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July 11th, 2011 #1
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got any brief information? whos and what is it for, what do they do etc? without noing that, i can only offer suggestions on the basics.
Theres too much detail, it won't be very scalable as a logo and there are too many colours and shades going on, simplify it down to the a bare minimum, a good logo should be memorable and easy for poeple replicate. Is the green stuff meant to be text? if so, it is not legible.
To me this is more like graffiti than branding/logo design. If your demographic is based around graffiti, could you represent this is a different and simpler way, with a stronger foundation in design principles.
Graphic design, Illustration, Photography. Australia.
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July 16th, 2011 #3
Is the logo supposed to say anything? I can't seem to make out any letters or words behind the zombie bear(?).
It doesn't read well and the color choices seem oddly muted.
Also as milz said - too busy and complex for a logo or brand work.
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July 17th, 2011 #4
July 17th, 2011 #5
I think it is a good t shirt design ^^
my only critc would be to separet the logo from the t shirt illustration or it looks like the logo is part of the ilustration
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July 17th, 2011 #6
December 25th, 2011 #7
I think the weakest parts are the legibility of the graffiti and the medium blue and lime green shading. The scribbly lines look like they were hastily thrown in and they create a jarring feeling for me against the smooth, curvy letters.