Hey there! I like the some of the logos you created style wise, I think they’re successful in reflecting your background as someone who’s very into graffiti. They also have good positive/negative space balance, which I appreciate. I’m sure the typography could use some refinement, but since you’re going for the handmade streetwear look, I see why it could work. Although, the third one I’d disagree on the sports connotation, I get a much more a 80s vibe from it, but maybe it’s just me.
I’d be careful when comparing illegibility with logo symbols from very known brands, as they also have their versions with clear and carefully thought out typography, because that is usually necessary. Also, it’s just not the same thing. I feel inclined to point out that a logo being a recognisable mark that should be as far away from other marks as possible is a poor definition. A logo is the face of your brand, it does need to be recognisable, but also align with your brand principles, expression and strategy. It should only be “as far away from other marks as possible” if that makes sense with all those three things I said.
But I don’t blame you, branding is a very complex subject.
I think that if you wanna go for the illegible type and promote more of that stylistic graffiti feel, that could be a solution, but you should go a little further away from it looking like a typeface so people won’t try to read it, and more like it was inspired in letters but it visually isn’t, because that could read as a mistake. Or go the other way around, like your most recent logo, which I particularly like.