Simple and memorable logo, Colours Red and Grey
Well, it sure is simple...! But if that's what you're going for, then I guess you got it. I almost worry that it's TOO simple!? Maybe I'm alone in that though.
Also, it kind of bugs me that the "Studio" gray is sooooooo light- could it be the same color as 're' and 'ing'? That light of gray will practically disappear if and when this is printed.
And I'd play around with some other font combinations. The 'revisioning' font looks eerily close to Bradley Hand or whatever it's called, and the other font is so plain.
i like your simple symbol, but i dont like the fonts you've used and like sara has said, i would make the studio text the dark grey you've used in the re and ing. I wouldnt have revisioning so big either
Tray with other typo...
I agree with above comments, especially the combination of fonts here don't work well together. I'd like to add that the space between envisioning and the rest of the logo is miles away. Tighten up.... looks like there are 2 different elements competing with one another or 2 different logos altogether! Keep working on it!
It's not bad at all, very simple and clean but somehow the proportions are wrong. The revisioning typeface is atrocious. I guess it is the tag line ?! OHV type is all right, nothing wrong with a simple typeface.
The key to good logo design is not what you add to it but what you leave out.
Wasn't that Paul Rand who said that?
Here is a suggestion:
Get rid of 'revisioning' - it isn't a dictionary word, so it makes OHV seem illiterate. It doesn't belong in the logo, at least.
Make the main text slightly darker and larger, then that idea seems passable enough - though I couldn't say whether it's the right one.
I don't care much for the symbol as a stand-alone. Looks like a popcorn kernel or tooth, or the front of a Ford Edsel. What does the "O" stand for and why is it more prominent than the "H" or the "V"