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Thread: Any tips on making vintage logos?

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    Wow, thanks guys! I never thought I'd get a lot of replies.

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    Research fonts from the era you are trying to emulate. There is a difference between the modern vintage hipster design, and true classic design.

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    Try www.hipsterlogo.com , I know it's a sattire but it's quite accurate, just make sure you improve your work and don't make it too plain as the site explains.

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    Avoid perfectly sharp lines. The trick to getting a legit looking vintage logo is to make sure it doesn't feel millimetre perfect, but without it looking too wobbly and cruddy.

    Check this dude out. He's particularly good at getting that vintage vibe:

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