Would love to see your take on this BrokenBank. Quickly did a version myself.Thank you for the feedback bro.Hey guys, This is the logo for my label Moncton, please give me some feedback on it, if you think it looks good or not, and any reasons if you dont think it looks good. it aims to reflect a premium quality streetwear brand.
the Line work need some depth. Use different style lines to give the face more perspective rather then just the basic line.
I don't know what Moncton means and if I have to Google search to find out I'm already turned off and you lost a potential customer.
If you are going for the whole Luxury/Greek/Vintage look I mean yes it is scene but other than that, I don't know what to say. You can probably create a bunch of stuff with that theme but what about when that trend dies, will your company go along with it.
Just something to think about.
But go with your gut. If you really like it and want that as a logo, use it. Just clean up the lines.
If you need help fixing the lines I'll do it for free in Illustrator
As for the meaning of Moncton, surely you dont judge a label by the meaning of the name? Most labels have names that dont mean anything, LV, Armani, Carhartt, Adidas, they're just names, just like Moncton.
No i'm not going for greek or vintage thing. I am aiming for a logo that represents what the brand represents, i.e. what Alexander represents as a figure. At the same time, in a hundred years, that logo won't look cheap, because it is a balanced mix of simplicity and complexity.
If you 'cleaned' it up or simplified it anymore, i think it could look cartoony. But please do if you can bro, i'd love to see it!!
send me the original image you copied it from and the file for the image you created
EDIT, found the reworked design, sorry. Here ya go
Didn't finish it, but this might give you an idea of what this could be with differerent line thickness.
You must be right, this is not timeless at all, and really cartoony.
Compared to this:
On a side note, your logo kinda reminds me of this:
Furthermore: "LV, Armani, Carhartt, Adidas, they're just names," they're not just random brandnames, they are the founders' names:
LV founded by Louis Vuitton Malletier
Adidas founded by Adolf Dassler
Armani founded by Giorgio Armani
Carhartt founded by Hamilton Carhartt