My first impression was the skater’s left hand in broken. I hardly understand the hands positions. Also there is no integration between the icon typo.
What is integration between the icon typo
Font, space, color, size, weight, style…?
The icon (graphics) and the typo should act like one and and both support the concept. The font you used doesn’t support the icon it is not related in any way.
Thanks again for your guidance, time and attention.
hi @DesignSomething is right about anything he told u indeed. There is definitely a matter of execution and as far as the central character is all about , in particular when it comes to the left arm, but i would add that same goes with the right one, to a certain extent, maybe not as much as for the left one, but there is still an issue too …
this is also true that there is a matter of imbrication between text and illustration indeed - pushing up the text in the vertical version would be welcome indeed - and i would say that same goes with the proportion of text and illustration, as the illustration is being a bit too overly prominent over the text part , all the same …
the choice of colors is definitely not a great one, think about complementary colors, shades of the same color and theme colors, they are usually smart and safe choices indeed … . BTW, still about colors, why bringing some black to the table - that comes out of the blue - and that makes the text and illustration look dissonant and not belonging to te same “block”?
The tagline is being either a bit too small or too thin, but globally , in any event, not visit le enough , not really in the right proportion
why so much of a bog gap between “skate” and “club”?
i also see sort of a discrepancy between the illustration a bit ib a grunge style and the very straight text part , i think that this logo requires that u work more on the typo , globally and in particular when it comes to making both parts match …