Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

January 27, 2012 @ 22:55:48 PM
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Kid gold, don't listen to this animal... I like the first and last logo. They don't look bad at all.
I'm launching my brand next month. I'll post my logo and shirts in a few days.
Good Luck.
Thanks man for the support, I have an artist who's a family friend, who's really good & I showed him these, so he's going to run with this idea and really put a professionals touch on it but I'll for sure be on the look out for your shit. what's the name of it?


An animal? Haha do what you want, no one is actually going to buy your shit. The logo looks like it was done in ms paint.
When your working in the apparel industry you have to be open to constructive critisizm. You can just disregard it and only take the positive.

Super immature of you to call me an animal, when obviously the logos were very poorly done. Anyways, it's all up to you. If you do go with those, you're going to lose money. I warned you.


Any feed back is good feed back, no need to call some one out for giving the guy some good advise.

The logos are not that good, i imagine if you throw those in illustrator/Photoshop you could cook something up!

Dont sleep on the idea man, it could be sick!

"Call it what it is"

January 28, 2012 @ 03:27:43 AM
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Looking for feed back on Fresh Fit Franchize Clothing Co.
just started a thread
So I don't have to flood this thread with my images.
thats the logo redone apple style just the text logo.

Photo shoot I did with Alysha Nett in march last year.
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January 28, 2012 @ 07:54:04 AM
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Vote for my brand in plndr brand contest blushing takes a second

http://apps.facebook.com/offerpop/Contest.psp?c=60820&u=8091&a=254553244581393&p=107003836003474&v=Entry&id=189279&rest=1
January 29, 2012 @ 03:23:18 AM
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One way a bunch of you guys always go wrong is by starting a brand with no passion. Successful brands are only run on passion, NOT MONEY. It's obvious who has passion and who doesn't.
Passion: people post their brand up here, they listen to the criticism, the love, and no matter what anybody says, they are not willing to quit or change anything.
No Passion: those who come on here asking: where do you get you stuff printed?, any good designers?, anybody know any good 5 panel hat manufacturers? where do you get you woven tags made? etc.

People trying to start a brand can't just some on here and ask how we got it done. WE put in the hard research and the hours to get what we needed done, to produce progression. When you come on here, you are basically cheating and not many people want to help someone make money without putting in their own work.

DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH, DONT RELY ON OTHERS TO DO WHAT YOU NEED DONE FOR YOU. WORK FOR YOURSELF.

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January 29, 2012 @ 05:07:51 AM
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One way a bunch of you guys always go wrong is by starting a brand with no passion. Successful brands are only run on passion, NOT MONEY. It's obvious who has passion and who doesn't.
Passion: people post their brand up here, they listen to the criticism, the love, and no matter what anybody says, they are not willing to quit or change anything.
No Passion: those who come on here asking: where do you get you stuff printed?, any good designers?, anybody know any good 5 panel hat manufacturers? where do you get you woven tags made? etc.

People trying to start a brand can't just some on here and ask how we got it done. WE put in the hard research and the hours to get what we needed done, to produce progression. When you come on here, you are basically cheating and not many people want to help someone make money without putting in their own work.

DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH, DONT RELY ON OTHERS TO DO WHAT YOU NEED DONE FOR YOU. WORK FOR YOURSELF.


Well spoken,

"Call it what it is"

January 29, 2012 @ 07:56:34 AM
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Location: Philadelphia.
One way a bunch of you guys always go wrong is by starting a brand with no passion. Successful brands are only run on passion, NOT MONEY. It's obvious who has passion and who doesn't.
Passion: people post their brand up here, they listen to the criticism, the love, and no matter what anybody says, they are not willing to quit or change anything.
No Passion: those who come on here asking: where do you get you stuff printed?, any good designers?, anybody know any good 5 panel hat manufacturers? where do you get you woven tags made? etc.

People trying to start a brand can't just some on here and ask how we got it done. WE put in the hard research and the hours to get what we needed done, to produce progression. When you come on here, you are basically cheating and not many people want to help someone make money without putting in their own work.

DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH, DONT RELY ON OTHERS TO DO WHAT YOU NEED DONE FOR YOU. WORK FOR YOURSELF.


Oh.
January 29, 2012 @ 08:26:25 AM
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Not that I necessarily have any actual experience, but it doesn't take a genius to realize that simply getting into screen-printed tee shirt designs is not gonna get you too far too fast. Launch with your guns blazing, even if it means waiting a while until you have the capital to hire real designers and buy real cut and sew shit. Don't half-ass it. Good luck to y'all.
January 29, 2012 @ 09:19:49 AM
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Thanks man for the support, I have an artist who's a family friend, who's really good & I showed him these, so he's going to run with this idea and really put a professionals touch on it but I'll for sure be on the look out for your shit. what's the name of it?


An animal? Haha do what you want, no one is actually going to buy your shit. The logo looks like it was done in ms paint.
When your working in the apparel industry you have to be open to constructive critisizm. You can just disregard it and only take the positive.

Super immature of you to call me an animal, when obviously the logos were very poorly done. Anyways, it's all up to you. If you do go with those, you're going to lose money. I warned you.


Any feed back is good feed back, no need to call some one out for giving the guy some good advise.

The logos are not that good, i imagine if you throw those in illustrator/Photoshop you could cook something up!

Dont sleep on the idea man, it could be sick!
Thanks man. Of coarse I know my logo needs a lot of work, I'm no professional designer or have much experience developing a brand. I just wanted to get some feed back on the basic concept of the Gold Imperium name and the direction/concept of the line. I have a pretty good artist, I know I've got to invest some major funds into this kind of endeavor, but this is something I'm passionate about. But I do appreciate all the feedback and will definitely haver to work on my stuff before I officially launch my world take hove. haha.
January 29, 2012 @ 09:43:23 AM
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Our packaging for multi shirt orders as well as hoodys. We really want to leave a lasting impression with our brand and hopefully these boxes are something people will hold onto for an extended period of time. We also plan to print on the sides as well. Any feedback is appreciated.

WOLVES DEN www.wdnation.com

January 29, 2012 @ 09:58:28 AM
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Starting a Brand called Fictitious...

Just got a logo made. /Critique please.



cool design for a t-shirt. I wouldn't use it as your overall brand logo though.
January 29, 2012 @ 10:04:01 AM
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some logos i made. what do you guys think?









Not feeling it man - if you're gonna go for some kinda of playing card or casino look, they have such a rich visual side to them. I'd either look to get the playing card feel or the neon flashy shit that is old vegas. This doesn't work, looks like MS Paint stuff. The idea behind it could be promising but this needs work, maybe talk to someone who can design stuff and get someone else to do it.


Couldn't agree more. The stuff looks very amateurish...
January 29, 2012 @ 10:05:36 AM
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some new stuff in





Looks pretty fresh. Reminds me of Undftd or HUF. How are you going to differentiate yourself from the rest?
January 29, 2012 @ 10:15:52 AM
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Our packaging for multi shirt orders as well as hoodys. We really want to leave a lasting impression with our brand and hopefully these boxes are something people will hold onto for an extended period of time. We also plan to print on the sides as well. Any feedback is appreciated.


that shit is tough
January 29, 2012 @ 14:22:14 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Our packaging for multi shirt orders as well as hoodys. We really want to leave a lasting impression with our brand and hopefully these boxes are something people will hold onto for an extended period of time. We also plan to print on the sides as well. Any feedback is appreciated.


that shit is tough

Packaging is on point. Props to you on that. Good packaging is becoming a lost art in streetwear and I think this will do for you what you want.

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January 29, 2012 @ 19:34:20 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Our packaging for multi shirt orders as well as hoodys. We really want to leave a lasting impression with our brand and hopefully these boxes are something people will hold onto for an extended period of time. We also plan to print on the sides as well. Any feedback is appreciated.


that shit is tough


A+ for packaging.
January 29, 2012 @ 19:39:46 PM
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Packaging video:

I throw nope stickers, packs of retro ass weird cards, nope pins and other goodies in packages. I also handwrite everything out.

Owner/Creator: nopeclothing.com / fypblog.com

January 29, 2012 @ 19:55:07 PM
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Looks pretty fresh. Reminds me of Undftd or HUF. How are you going to differentiate yourself from the rest?


thank you! after a long year of up's and down's (i owned 2 different stores, 1 in MA and one in AZ, neither of which worked out like they were supposed to) we're starting to find our own as a brand and develop a unique look and feel. the original east coast store was located right on the ocean so i've been trying to reflect that in the designs. the flags are becoming an essential part of the branding and the cool part is that they represent the letter 6 and 3...a play on our original address: 63 wharf street. the text at the bottom of that design reads "rule #7: if you get knocked down, get back up" ...the rest of the "10 commandments" as i've been calling them will be released throughout the year on different products and represent 10 lessons to live by that i've learned throughout the experience. appreciate the feedback! this brand is a lifeline for me...i used to work as a designer cooped up in a cubicle and couldn't stand that shit anymore. with my first attempt at operating stores not working out, i'm just going one step at a time to get back there!

www.shoplgnds.com | LGNDS NEVER DIE!

January 29, 2012 @ 19:58:51 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Our packaging for multi shirt orders as well as hoodys. We really want to leave a lasting impression with our brand and hopefully these boxes are something people will hold onto for an extended period of time. We also plan to print on the sides as well. Any feedback is appreciated.


that shit is tough


A+ for packaging.


Yeah how'd you print these? Do you have your own silkscreen machine? I wanted to ship some shirts out in pizza boxes with our own print on the top, but getting them printed was a nightmare and I kept walking into dead-ends with printers now being able to do em

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January 29, 2012 @ 20:53:46 PM
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wow! WD thats an impressive form of packaging, thank you for sharing.

We here at NOVEMBER RED take pride as well in providing our garments well packaged with thought! Here are some of our packaging we have used in 2011 and 2012. Every order comes individualized, branded, stickers, and with dedication to the consumer. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
www.november-red.com







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January 29, 2012 @ 21:44:30 PM
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January 30, 2012 @ 00:50:44 AM
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thanks guys for the feedback on my logos. i trying out hatchwise for a logo. im also looking for a graphic designer if that doesn't work.
January 30, 2012 @ 00:54:17 AM
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Originally posted by Inactive User


that shit is tough


A+ for packaging.


Yeah how'd you print these? Do you have your own silkscreen machine? I wanted to ship some shirts out in pizza boxes with our own print on the top, but getting them printed was a nightmare and I kept walking into dead-ends with printers now being able to do em

Thanks for all the positive feedback guys, its much appreciated. And yea we actually have our own shop that we print out of in the bay area, we do everything ourself and don't outsource anything. And we used a solvent based ink for the boxes that air drys in about 20-30 minutes.

WOLVES DEN www.wdnation.com

January 30, 2012 @ 01:38:12 AM
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they dont look good at all.the designs arent anything special and are poorly done.
just my 2 cents
January 30, 2012 @ 02:00:34 AM
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Hey guys, I wanted to know what you thought about this logo for a clothing line im working on.

The name is "Loiter" (for now). I dont know if it lookstoo simple or been done before. I would love some feedback. Thanks.
http://i43.tinypic.com/16gg8yg.png
January 30, 2012 @ 02:59:04 AM
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Hey guys, I wanted to know what you thought about this logo for a clothing line im working on.

The name is "Loiter" (for now). I dont know if it lookstoo simple or been done before. I would love some feedback. Thanks.
http://i43.tinypic.com/16gg8yg.png


it isnt anything original. i'm sure with professional help you can make that look pretty good, but does it say anything about your brand?
January 30, 2012 @ 04:32:09 AM
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Hey guys, I wanted to know what you thought about this logo for a clothing line im working on.

The name is "Loiter" (for now). I dont know if it lookstoo simple or been done before. I would love some feedback. Thanks.
http://i43.tinypic.com/16gg8yg.png


it isnt anything original. i'm sure with professional help you can make that look pretty good, but does it say anything about your brand?


When it comes to logos, the simpler the better. Alot of brands use that shape but if you make it your own there shouldnt be a problem with it.

SHOP.WDNATION.COM

January 30, 2012 @ 04:49:36 AM
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Hey guys, I wanted to know what you thought about this logo for a clothing line im working on.

The name is "Loiter" (for now). I dont know if it lookstoo simple or been done before. I would love some feedback. Thanks.
http://i43.tinypic.com/16gg8yg.png


it isnt anything original. i'm sure with professional help you can make that look pretty good, but does it say anything about your brand?


the more original the better*.
January 30, 2012 @ 08:46:46 AM
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Check it out let me know what you think?
Not a finished product.


"Call it what it is"

January 30, 2012 @ 12:24:06 PM
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Personally, I don't like your logo but I do like the tiger/beanie design.
January 30, 2012 @ 14:31:19 PM
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Check it out let me know what you think?
Not a finished product.

Personally, I don't like your logo but I do like the tiger/beanie design.

Yea too much going on. Leave the tiger/beanie design and ditch the logo (on this design at least)
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