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everyone. I've been learning logo design and decided to get a brief off of the internet and try my hand at it. This is for a clothing company that wants to create a men's wear line. They want to create stylish but comfortable clothes that people can wear when they are out running errands, spending times with their kids or doing chores around the house. The brand is called Hafun (I changed the name).

I used the letter h and the shape of a persons legs when they are walking to create the logo and used a san serif font to keep the vibe casual. I'm worried that the logomark doesn't quite show what I want it to show or that it might be showing something completely different or unintended. Love to know your input.

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    See graphicdesign.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/681/… for guidelines on critique questions.
    – Tetsujin
    Sep 13 at 11:50
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    Having said that, my main issue is you have the trousers walking left, yet we're reading left to right. This makes it look like the guy went to the 'target' & we see him on his way back… Did he like it? Why is he leaving? Flipped image - i.stack.imgur.com/HvYhv.jpg
    – Tetsujin
    Sep 13 at 11:52
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    Hi. Welcome to GDSE. First thought is that the text has too much kerning. Perhaps dial it back a little. Also, I feel the curves need tweaked a little perhaps, especially the left curve of the longest stroke. It doesn't quite match the curve on the right hand side. It's a bit disconcerting.
    – Billy Kerr
    Sep 13 at 12:26
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    @Tetsujin - sure I can see that too, certainly an equally valid opinion. However the bulge is so slight it almost looks like a mistake. If the bulge is deliberate, another option might be to accentuate to make it look even more deliberate.
    – Billy Kerr
    Sep 13 at 18:07
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    To be honest, I think the right "walking" pants works in the existing direction -- creates a good flow for the eye, leading you back to the left after reading the type. I also like the slightly deformed shapes of the "pants". My only real criticism would be how uninteresting the type is - just a standard font with some letter spacing.
    – Scott
    Sep 13 at 19:38

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