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Friday, April 2, 2010

Final Logo

Ok first of all I just want to thank everyone for their input last time about the logos.  This will be my last business type post for while. I need to get back to posting about hunting & fishing.

Now I'm in the final selection stage of my logo and can't just pick one I like them all to much. Could you help me out again and let me know which one you like the best. 

Just keep in mind some day I want to put these on hats, shirts, and business cards.

Here they are. Thanks in advance everyone!!

Option #1
Option #2

Option #3

Option #4

~Ben G.


Michelle S said...

a horizontal logo is always easier for placement on goodies than a vertical logo. So I would go with the bottom 2 options, I am kind of leaning toward the last one. Like the circles! Kind of like our logo!

Mo said...

All are good, 2 and 4 appeal to me the most. Very cool.

MNAngler said...

I like 2 and 4 as well. The circles make it more modern and cool.

Anonymous said...

Ben- I am digging #3! Hands down.

Love the font, the the layout. It's easy to read and very, very professional looking.

Good work and I can't wait to see which one you pick.


ArborView said...

I like #2

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Three Ben, it's gotta be Three

Deer Passion said...

I'm totally going against the grain here, but I like #1. It's simple and focused, and the most professional. The circles in option 2 make the logo look less focused and kinda messy. I like #3 the second best, but the graphics stand out more than your name. You want people to remember your name, not the graphics. And, #4 just looks like you're trying too hard.


Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

I like #3 the best. It's immediately obvious what BenG is about. It is a little more defined than it's counterpart #4, in which I think "BenG" is too big. I prefer the white background with the circles and I would consider making the name a little darker.

Anonymous said...

I have to go with #3

I think that one is the best.

troutrageous1 said...

I'm kind of leaning toward 1. I like the balance of it. How the animals and the text are are the same width & scale.

The ones that are more horizontal in design kind of remind me of one of those inspirational posters you see in people's offices. Like a picture of an bald eagle flying with the word "VISION" & a little caption beneath. Not sure why...if you don't know what I mean:

Bill said...

Number 4 was the most pleasing to my eyes.

Albert A Rasch said...

One or three!

I'm thinking that #1 would work with t-shirts, and #3 with everything else.

Best Regards,
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles.
Reviewing the Nikon Monarch 8X42.

nimrod243 said...

I am going to have to agree with Deer Passion and Troutrageous1. I think #1 is most appealing, due to being more balanced and professional looking. I think it would go well on anything.

Nice lookin' logos!

Anonymous said...

Hey Ben, just a little advice. I'm not going to pick a version as they all look suitable, and quite nice. When designing a logo pay close attention to how it ultimately will be used. For instance, if you want to embroider it on hats or shirts choose the logo that will ALSO work best for this process. IMO, the thin stylized lettering could be problematic for you when getting it digitized. Embroidery likes big, bold letters as it is much easier to stitch.

On the other hand, if you are screen printing it on shirts, etc. you've got 5-colors going on which can add expense with that process. Not saying this to discourage you...but you need to understand how the logo you develop now will ultimately cost you later.

Just some food for thought. Consider carefully how you will use the logo on the back-end while creating an identity on the front-end.

Good luck!

Jim Braaten

William K said...

Hi Ben G,
I think you logo's are great, but just in cast you want more to choose from, I can design some. Since I like your blog so much I will do it for FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! That's the spirit! Let me know if you would like to see some fresh logos designed by me. Just leave a comment on my blog to let me know and I will get to work.

The Hunter's Wife said...

I think Jim at the Sportsman Blog made good points. Think of what you want to do with your logo beyond your blog.

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