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post #61 of 67
I'm thinking something nostalgic rather than modern, simple rather than fancy... a bespoke tailor is a rare thing. ...a logo should make you long for the days of yesteryear when there were not 5000 suit a day factories.
post #62 of 67
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I'm thinking something nostalgic rather than modern, simple rather than fancy... a bespoke tailor is a rare thing. ...a logo should make you long for the days of yesteryear when there were not 5000 suit a day factories.
That's why mine is perfect, and I deserve a (4000) new bespoke suit(s). Kidding ... but I do agree that a logo, regardless of the company, should remain timeless. Look at Jil Sander.. JS has been using the same JIL SANDER (I think it's Futura Extra-Bold ) logo since the 70s when Peter Schmidt designed it. Jil Sander is surely not a Savile Row tailor, but has consistently remained loyal to her specific artform and style, and that should be reflected in the logo.
post #63 of 67
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two things - i dont like the way Savile Row is broken in colors (white on black/black on white) - dont like the way it is split in Savile (which I know is done based on the number of letters, but it still doesnt look right to me) secondly - you spelled BeamAn wrong
hey, i did it in 10 minutes
post #64 of 67
1. where are you guys getting the software to do all these logos so fast? just curious. 2. i like a logo that's simple, kind of says "we're so good we don't need a flashy logo". kind of snobbish in a non-snobbish way
post #65 of 67
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1. where are you guys getting the software to do all these logos so fast? just curious. 2. i like a logo that's simple, kind of says "we're so good we don't need a flashy logo". kind of snobbish in a non-snobbish way
I use Adobe Illustrator CS2. And I didn't do it fast.
post #66 of 67
i made a few just to see what i could do with it, i use adobe photoshop 7.0 for everything in the world. and i don't do it fast, either. ;-)
post #67 of 67
I use either Photoshop CS or Illustrator, but I prefer PS.
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