I was speaking in terms of the vintage flare the old beer labels and baseball monograms give off—not a general interest in sports and drinking (although those are great too). I'm a little tired of simple geometric logo grams, and my style is often reflected by a vintage flare along with unique and fitting typography. This is the rational for my monogram design... this was my original logo:
and then I made a logo that represented "dunford design" but it was also cliché for simple designs...
I want something that reflects my own style, that can express my work—you know?..
Congrats, have you tried playing with the tail of R to drop it passed the baseline ? I know its unconventional, but the tail just looks squashed, could be a cool alt, just to make some logotypes a little unconfirmed and more expressive ... ?