To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
bold black simple 6 degree simple sends a clear easy message
like the circle and texture of the different fonts, but don't like the main font. Too swirly.
seems messy and dont like symbols. Coloring and is somewhat hipster that appeals to everyone.
symbol tells you about the brand. HART & HOUND really comes through in the image
Like the black background and how the fonts are different sizes to make the "LEOPARD" stand out.
Like the BOLD swrily font as a secondary font. Maybe for slogan..vs name of boutique
like how the symbol is catchy and different. Not just painter but an artist. like th catchy slogan
like the texture that comes through with the slanted or off center fonts.
I like fat block letters (not rounded or feminine) with some texture to them by varying size or direction. I like the idea of making "THE" vertical and SHOP SOUTH BAY horizontal. Would like to add "a full service salon" below the main font "THE SHOP SouthBay". Having the main font be large block letters, and the slogan be less block-like. Open to graphics if they are catchy and appeal to everyone but I don't want the
symbol to be the main focus. SHOP is the most important word in the logo.