Not sure what type of company this will be used for the logo will not hold up on a lot of printing applications most of the thin lines will disappear and become a smudge when shrunk down. The fonts i am not feeling, and the tag line is to small. back to the drawing board my friend =)
All right. So in practical its not " handy" to use ? But whats wrong with colours? :) at least thnx
To a surf brand it was great... but I think that is not the case. So... why dont you try a diferent one? What kind of business is?
Typeface looks pretty nasty with that 'ʏ' - it don't look like quality.
The mess on the left will need a lot of simplification if its ever going to look any good.
Why not try a design that has a little 'quality' and utilises the world of ideas that comes from 'dimension'?
The font is ok. The small text will need to be larger. I agree with what already been said. That's a cool tool that you've discovered in illustrator I agree. I use it for posters and alike quite a bit. But for logos its terrible. It create uneven lines and destroys shapes.
Maybe if you used what you have. Make that shape a solid shape with none of the swirls in it. Make all the text bigger it might look pretty good. One way to find out!