Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Logo Design' started by Williams Signs, Aug 10, 2011.
Simple layout to use as logo and signage.
The apostrophe looks out of place and I don't personally like the cross-bar in the 'A'.
Also, you have the graphic and the name sharing the same size proportionately. I would probably reduce the graphic and play up the name.
use one single font. doesn't pass the squint test. keep it boring and you'll make more money off of it.
Use the script for Putnam's and change Repair to match Collision. That way it reads as Putnam's ... Collision Repair instead of Putnam's Collision ... Repair. If the truck you are showing started out as royalty free clip art, make sure the customer knows he can't claim any rights to it as his "logo".
I like it but as Gino says fix the apostophe and put the "Putnam's" above the cartoon.
like said...too many different fonts and color. keep it clean.
Not a logo, a little more simplified approach
Collision repair generally deals with late model cars not antique hot rod pickup trucks. Is the customer asking for that type of graphic or is it something you came up with? I think you need to modernize it to appeal to insurance adjusters and people with newish cars that have had a shopping cart ding one of their doors.
There are only two fonts there. 1 is DNA graphix and the other is snapper
Increase the white keyline between red / black in "repairs". Too thin.
Just a quick suggestion maybe go with something more like this? (Thrown together quickly forgive me
+1 even if it is only 2 different fonts. You've used different techniques on each line and it doesn't gel. The others are right about the truck. The customer needs to ask himself why he wants to use that if it's his decision to use it. Signs and logos are about appealing to your target clientele, not what appeals to you as the business owner.
I don't like that the logo is in the logo. I would remove the logo from the door of the truck.