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I read a "g" right away. ask a few older people, 50+ that are not in the design field. I've found that helps me sometimes.
Reads as a G, yes - I trust you've tried it in whatever context it's going, so it's definitely not too big?
Also, personally, I'd nudge 'the' up a bit and see what that looks like. I'd also play with the arms on the E, extending them to play with the space to its right, filling between the form of the R and the Y. It'll probably look terrible, but I'd have a play anyway.
I'd love to know what this is for!
- Good tips. I'll give those a try and see how it looks. Can't say what this is for just yet, but client was OK sharing it for feedback. Thanks!CincodeMayo
- The 'the' is perfect example of perfect centre vs what looks right. Definitely needs to go up a bit.set
Corey O is what I saw after I initially saw it as the grey. cannot be unseen.
looks nice though.
reads a a g to me. what kind of company is it?
reads fine to me
i REALLY want to switch the curl between the two circles the other way around tho.
Reads as fine Grey but I also see a monocle or spectacles.
Whats the business?
Win if its for a hipster eyewear boutique, or a college professor.
extend the "E" lowest stem to be closer to the "Y"
It looks really greyt.
it reads ok, but i have a problem with lower/upper case inconsistency.
The 'g' looks fine, but id personally take 'the' out and find a new placement for it. It makes the logo busy having 'the' within the bowl. Maybe top align in the left corner?
My eye is so focused on the O of the g, at first glance i read it in my head as The Ogrey, but it could be my mild dyslexia.
I see a cat
Was I supposed to see a cat?
the orey O new fragrance
cincodemayo can we see how the custom type is looking now?