The Official Identification(I.D) Thread

[Quote]The shoes look like they have a Nike swoosh logo on the heel and the pants look too jeans like to be joggers. Thanks anyways. Anybody else have any info?

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

The Official Identification(I.D) Thread

What shoes are these? [Image] Thanks!

2 Weeks ago in Fashion

[Sunshine Outlaws] 2014 Discussion Thread

what's up with the website linking to a totally different brand?

2 Weeks ago in Brands

[FEAST or Famine™] • 2014 Official Discussion Thread

I'd agree with the guys above me. You had me kind of intrigued with your little intro text but it went downhill from there on out. I'll start with the logo: It's gonna give you a very hard time. The "or famine" is way too thin and the light grey doesn't exactly help with the legibility. Also, if you're gonna go for a "hand-written" type, why not actually illustrate it yourself rather than using a font? It's rather simple to do and can do heaps for your brands identity (think about Stüssy, Philipp Lim or Christian Louboutin for example) Now to the designs themselves. Firstly, I don't really see much design going on at all really. All the ideas are very simple and also very common. Images directly from Google: You just can't do that. Primarily there's the legal issues with copyright and so on but more importantly the images add nothing to your brands identity. Sure, they might reveal your music taste (Tupac & Rihanna) and your fondness of hot girls but there isn't any real foundation behind those things. Red boxes with white type: In my opinion, the idea is sucked dry. Also, your execution is very poor because you have the excess space on both sides which visually squeeze the already very narrow and tall font together. Camo & floral patterns: Also in heavy use but in my opinion they can be cool if they are unique (Bape here is a perfect example for a camo pattern with identity). Personally, I think the floral t-shirt has some potential with a floral pattern you actually designed and a more legible logo. The idea works well with your current logo aesthetics. Also, those aren't the only patterns in existence: There was a brand (I wish I could remember its name) which painted sharks in a variety of perspectives with very vivid watercolour and ended up making a pattern out of the paintings for a All-Over print. Very impressive and the end result looked great. So yeah, get creative and think of new ideas. Now some quick tips: Lose the drop shadow. Get real pictures. Keep your descriptions short. Proof-read. Keep practicing. In my opinion, that tall/narrow type you use (like on your pictures here in the forum) just doesn't look right. It looks like it's been scaled wrong and is hard to read. Go for something more prominent. Something that establishes your presence. Good luck!

2 Weeks ago in Brands

WINTER GEAR - LINK ME TO YOUR STORE

[Quote]Thanks but I was hoping to links from some of the independent brands in the forum.

2 Weeks ago in Brands

WINTER GEAR - LINK ME TO YOUR STORE

I'm trying to stock up my winter wardrobe with some hoodies and crewnecks and I know there's some brands with potential on here that I'd like to support. Link me to your store and maybe I'll buy something. Cheers!

2 Weeks ago in Brands
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