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Music Iconography - Logo & Font

Music Iconography - Logo & Font

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Published by: DPrestonRider on Oct 05, 2011
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These two fonts work well as they look like theSaturdays logo which could relate to neon signs. If they were in bright colours, they would look like thesigns outside night clubs, connoting the fame and partylifestyle of pop stars.This is a font type that is similar to some girl bands. Itis also similar to the cheer leading teams, whichcould connote the fact this is a girl group and it wouldstand out.I think this font would work well for out band as itwould stand out and fits in well with the pop / girlband genre. Some famous girl band use underliningin their name.
 
 
For our song, we have chosen a slower,love song by Girlicious. As a group, wehave decided a neutral, pastel colour would best suit the mood and the type of feel we are after. For this reason, I feelthat numbers 15, 19, 20, 35 & 36 would beappropriate for fitting in with the feel of thesong.However, most pop girl band use brighter colours for their name. I feel we shouldalso use some bright colours to make our band stand out from the crowd. Colourssuch as 3, 5, 6, 32, 42 & 46 would help usto stand out.The Saturdays use bright both the neutralcolours and the 'neon' like colours in their name. I have included some examplesbelow:

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