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Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by Starflyer, Jan 23, 2009.
Its that time again. Tear 'em up!
First one is like the Atlanta Bread Company...reminds me of food when you use wheat like that.
Second one reminds me of a wine bottle label...
Third one seems too big, but a step in the right direction.
I like the third one the best, but I am not feeling the font choice. Can't really say what exactly, but something's not right about it. Probably the K and the & look weird to me.
I love the second one. The first one is cool, but it does make me feel its more food related, and the third one is awesome for a web banner. but the 2nd one i think is awesome.
Or plastered on the side of a truck, which is how I envisioned it. Easily readable as you drive by.
Second and third offer most potential.
Plant is good visual but could use heavier branches.
Need to develop better typography solutions.
Prepare both horizontal and vertical arrangement for same typographic solution.
I like the 2nd and 3rd one.
With the 3rd, perhaps you could get rid of the roots, and put the tree foliage in the diamond, and have the horizontal line touch the edge of the diamond only.
I think it would look great.
The third one is great, but the line needs to just hit the edge of the square and I think the roots could also be fixed. Maybe make them less curly.
I like the second (top right) and third (bottom) ones.
The first one looks like wheat etc which is wrong
I like the background image/style but not the text over the top of the second one.
The third one has a nicer layout and I do like the way the plant comes out of the shape.
I will say that the plant image used in 2 and 3 give off an oriental flavour to me though so if the client can't do that style it might be worth revising it. Also will it work as well at small scale as it would with larger sizes.
The apostrophe bothers me for some reason ... K & D Round - Landscape Services seems better. There's something about the possessive that seems cutesy and a bit unprofessional, somehow.
I completely agree with this sentiment. To me it makes it all sound like one really long business name or a person's backyard service. Look at Apple. Before they were Apple, Inc., they used to be Apple Computers. I doubt it was ever considered to call the company Apple's Computers. Make the name a "brand", not a person's service.
OH, and as far as the designs go, it's the 3rd one for sure. I don't know if the diamond is necessary. what's it's purpose. Definately re-think the type's overall size, and thicken up the graphic or make it larger (or both).
I like the third one the best - but I think the main font could be made a bit more 'friendly' looking; it's kind of corporate (not very garden-y).
Like he said ^^ It would be interesting to see the black diamond shape on the actual logo removed - the curly tree design I think would be effective enough on it's own.