I plan on additional work involving brochures, signage, web design ideas so understand that this has potential for a much more lucrative work. see avoid/include list below:
-swirls, scribbled chaos
-overdone busy feel
- words not incorporated in overall geometry
- no gatelike feel
-my name with a circular or diamond shape around it
-lines forced off the letters
-a overly contained design
- too many lines between the fonts making it appear too busy
- letters squished too close together
-*a layered vector image so I can select or remove the curved graphical elements as I wish to suit placement in various media.
- A triangular shape
-lines that angle off the letters naturally into the design
-lines going off the page
- gate feel
-angles- can copy line segments from Pablo Naruta design more exactly
-Art Nouveau / Art Deco style references
-The words are incorporated in and emerge from the structure of the design rather than the design just partially emerging from the words.
-design goes off the page
-letters connect playfully and interestingly with design
-love the lines to meander into the logo on the upper left
-add more space at the lower left.
- minimalist feel
I see my logo on textured watercolor paper (same color as below) with embossed foil in copper. I want it to look very elegant and exclusive. I want to copy my pablo naruta inspiration almost exactlyy. a design that can translate to a champagne peach blush and copper feel.
If you want to copy the Pablo Naruta book cover linear design exactly and change how the lines connect to the letters you could do that - because I LOVE IT that much.