Brief from client
This is an initial sketch for a personal logo. I'm a graphic designer trying to rebrand myself, and I'm looking for a more unique solution than your typical monogram logo. I've run into a couple problems in the past with trying to develop a monogram logo for myself:
1. Most designers use a monogram to represent themselves, so it's become a bit of a cliche.
2. My initials (and even my name itself) are very common. There are many graphic designers out there that have the same initials I do, and I've even found a designer that has the exact first and last name as me. I don't want my work and identity to be confused with theirs. I need to stand out and have my own voice.
The direction I decided to take is something a little goofy that I hope will stand out. The whole idea stemmed from a nickname some of my friends call me: "White Brad." But when they say "Brad," they say it in a funny way to make it sound like "bread," so I figured I'd play around with that pun in a graphical way. As I stated in the brief, this is just an initial sketch. I'd like to see what people think of this concept, then I'll develop it more and add my nickname/alias to it.
Is this a fun and awesome idea? Or is it very very bad, and I should start over? Let me know in the comments below! Thanks!