Thursday, February 28, 2013

logo help

You guys know I am revamping my entire professional life this year...need help with logo making! Here are three I made that I like. Of course I can space out the lines differently, change sizes and colors, etc.. but this post I just need help with the font...which font do you like best?  I like them in order from the top down (I think!), but I have been staring at them so long and this is such detail work I can't even see the difference anymore. Please help!
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PS - as discussed in the comments section, here are the E's embracing...

Here is another one with all straight lines - might be too harsh. Now I am just getting carried away and can't stop making logos....


10 comments:

Lauren Reynolds said...

They all look great, but my vote is for the first one! I like the double E's facing one another. I like the font of the E's too!

Elizabeth said...

Thanks, girl! I can move the E's so that they are sort of embracing, too...ugh! You can get lost for days doing this kind of stuff!
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Boo Hazard said...

I agree with Lauren - #1 all the way! -Boo

The Gimlet Eye said...

1, 4, or embracing!
I kind of like 4 b/c it is modern traditional. Which, these days, is becoming refreshing!
Jessie

Heather Peterson said...

definitely the top. Love it!

Heather
loveyourspace.blogspot.com

The Now said...

Wow!!! I can see why you are having a hard time. I love the font on the first logo. It's soft but not cutesy. It's just really pretty. But I also love the last one which is on the complete other side of the spectrum. Fabulous job!! xoxo

Kecia@CoutureZoo said...

I'm with you... My preference is order from the top down. Although I would insert the E's embracing into the second position. Exciting stuff!

xx

Unknown said...

The fourth e reflects a freer, feminine and lighter tone to me, so I am drawn to that more than the boxy, rigid looking logo, such as the first one, even though it is interesting.

Mom of 2 Cuties @ Sprinkles of Joy and Laughter said...

I like the first one with the E's embracing
Maureen

domicileblog.blogspot.com said...

I like the last one. It's my favorite font. I also really like the interlocking E's. It's unusual in an interesting way and reminds me of greek keys.
I can't even wrap my brain around how long this would take me to make a decision. Good times.