Thanks for all the feedback guys. I've decided that I want to lean more on to the graphic hand-drawn non-uniform side of design. Also about the stussy font; I agree it is very unique and I love that brand but for some reason some aspects of the font are too "intense". I feel that for someone new to the brand, its hard to come to a realization that the logo stands for "Stussy" but I guess there's no need since there at the stage where people buy shirts to wear their logo haha!
Also; to add a note; the UN ordinary is going to be a design, not a logo, for my logo I definitely will incorporate a fully uniform distinct image. And of course, I still need to add a graphic design or something because having just unordinary won't sell especially when I'm an unknown brand.
About the sloppiness and non-uniformity of my design: I personally just like designs like this:
As opposed to this:
Also about the stussy weird unique font: I just did a trial
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Designer here, I think what yall need to remember is that there can be typographic logos and illustrative logos. Your example of Mishka's eyeball is illustrative, and Benny Gold's is typographic whether it's handwritten or with use of typeface (or font). Stussy's logo isn't a font. They don't use a font. It's Stussy's handwritten signature.
Mishka, Bape, and Johnny Cupcakes would be good examples of their use of both illustrative and typographic logos.
Your examples of those designs on the shirts are just designs based off royal crests, they're not really logos, but the green shirt could pass as a logo because of the way it's been designed.
There's many different methods and approaches on logo design, so do whatever works for you and what your brand represents, just as long as you follow the basic rules. Hope I cleared it up for yall.