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08/07/2005 10:26:37 AM · #1
I just designed this logo.
Would like to get your opinion.
I'm putting them on a tshirt.
Maybe on my business card too.
Depends, I just need other people to
look at it and maybe see something different
than what I am seeing.
appreciate it...
Jeff
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08/07/2005 10:36:20 AM · #2
looks nice
08/07/2005 10:45:14 AM · #3
I like it too, assuming that you're photography is formal and crisp. I wouldn't expect any motocross photos or erotica from this photographer but weddings and business portraits perhaps. It's nice and simple if that's what you're going for.
08/07/2005 11:04:01 AM · #4
i love that. nice and simple! :)

Message edited by author 2005-08-07 11:04:39.
08/07/2005 11:09:06 AM · #5
Nice simple and easy to read makes a fine logo and you have them all
08/07/2005 11:15:54 AM · #6
I really like the "K" in the box, but it kind of looks to me like you have 2 logos.

At the top, the "KinKead" with the line under it with the "Fine Photography" looks like a logo.

Then the "K" in the box looks like another logo. (And again, I really love this one.)

You also have KinKead three times - is that necessary?

Why is the second "K" capitalized? Is that how your name is spelled? That was the first question that popped into my mind when I saw the graphic.

Also: does your URL have to be capitalized like that? It looks very stylized, but in most cases, it's easier for people to remember a string of lowercase without trying to remember which letters they have to "cap" when they type in your url.

Just playing "devil's advocate", I guess. (Though I hate that phrase!)

08/07/2005 11:19:17 AM · #7
Originally posted by thatcloudthere:

I like it too, assuming that you're photography is formal and crisp. I wouldn't expect any motocross photos or erotica from this photographer but weddings and business portraits perhaps. It's nice and simple if that's what you're going for.

Appreciate all the replies!
I am going for a simple and clean look.
Weddings and family portraits are what I am going for.
Thanks everyone...
Jeff
08/07/2005 11:20:45 AM · #8
urls are not case sensitive
08/07/2005 11:22:15 AM · #9
Originally posted by totaldis:

urls are not case sensitive


But not everyone knows that, and many peeps think that they have to remember to type it in EXACTLY the way they see it written down.

Linda
08/07/2005 11:25:32 AM · #10
ummm....ok
08/07/2005 11:27:31 AM · #11
Originally posted by lhall:

I really like the "K" in the box, but it kind of looks to me like you have 2 logos.

At the top, the "KinKead" with the line under it with the "Fine Photography" looks like a logo.

Then the "K" in the box looks like another logo. (And again, I really love this one.)

You also have KinKead three times - is that necessary?

Why is the second "K" capitalized? Is that how your name is spelled? That was the first question that popped into my mind when I saw the graphic.

Also: does your URL have to be capitalized like that? It looks very stylized, but in most cases, it's easier for people to remember a string of lowercase without trying to remember which letters they have to "cap" when they type in your url.

Just playing "devil's advocate", I guess. (Though I hate that phrase!)


OK sorry, the little box at the bottom is going on the front of the tshirt and hopefully will be my actual "logo".

I capitalized the second "K" cause my name is always misspelled and mispronounced. This kind of breaks it up and seems to me to make it easier to "see" how it is spelled (a lot of people will spell it kinkade or kinkaid, etc.)

As for the caps in the url, I just think it looks better with caps and it doesn't matter when you type in the url if it's upper or lowercase.
I sure do appreciate you all taking the time to reply and critique.

Big thanks...
Jeff
08/07/2005 11:31:22 AM · #12
Ah, yes, your clarifications make sense, and thanks for not being "offended" by my questions.

The K in the box is terrific, will really stick in people's minds I think, it's simple, clean, crisp, and classy.

Best of success in your venture!
Linda
08/07/2005 01:45:14 PM · #13
No offense taken, I want to be critiqued to death, that's how you learn.
Thanks much!
Jeff
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