BELOW IS GENERAL CONCEPT - DO NOT TAKE IT LITERALLY - IT WAS CREATED TO STIMULATE CREATIVITY FROM THE SPACE WE ARE WORKING FROM.
This logo is for the Play Napoleon Brand which is a part of the OutClique brand. Play Napoleon is a vlogger that posts videos on gaming, comics, geek, tech, health fitness, where's-waldo, animals and more.
THE IDEA IS TO HAVE A LOGO THAT SAYS TWO THINGS:
1. PLAY NAPOLEON BRAND IS CLEARLY ONE PART OF OUTCLIQUE BRAND
2. PLAY NAPOLEON BRAND IS PLAYFUL, ACTIVIST, MUSICIAN, GAMER, SPORTS FAN, ANIMAL FAN, ETC.
The big concepts to consider are which texture and style to add. Sleek, modern, and sharp are all very much within the brand. Balanced, of course, with the thought of being playful. It's a game of font and texture.
All of the letters are to be depicted with just a few marks to denote the general idea.
The word Play is composed of a "P" which looks like a dog, and the "Lay" of the word is in cursive, the tongue of the "P." I utilized the nose/head and ear, as well as the tail of the dog, for the letter. Additionally, there will be a small round ball at the end of the word, which the dog will be chasing.
The word "Napoleon" has a few more concepts to it.
Both the beginning and ending "N" are embedded with the music symbols of a repeating staff, for see following link:
Next is, "A," represents a person, which can be seen with two eyes and feet. Alternatively, it could be seen as a person bent over, with back pockets and cuff links. This letter can be tied by the "Y" from the word "Play," indicating bondage.
The "P" in "Napoleon" will be a basket for the ball that the dog of the word "Play" is chasing.
The first "O" of "Napoleon" will be the traditional play button of digital and online tech, with a triangle pointing to the right in the middle of the circle.
The "L" in "Napoleon" will be a slide for the next letter, "E." I have indicated this primarily buy the angle, as well as the possibility of a quick line that mirrors that of steps. I used a zigzag.
The "E" will be a controller to a standardized video game console (nonspecific). The angle of the handles will bet he easiest way to show this, as well as multiple buttons. I used two on the right (as two main buttons), one in the middle (as if a start, or a joystick), and a d-pad axis on the left, with a simple cross.
The second "O" can be changed to fit seasonally/with the holiday. I was toying with the idea of it being a jack o lantern majority of the time, with just a small stem, two eyes, and a minor mouth.
And again, the final "N" just has the second half of the repeating music symbol.
We also need this logo to be easily added to/removed from our existing logo attached.