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  • Family Fun Day Logo

    Hi. I work on-staff for a credit union. One of our branches is going to have a "family fun day" in which they'll have games, prizes, etc. They wanted a logo that they could put on shirts, sun visors, giveaways, etc.

    What do any of you think of this?

    How would you make changes to it to "perfect" it?

  • #2
    cool stuff, may I humbly suggest confetti?? makes a pressman very happy with so many colors lol



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      Oh no, Amnibo! "Cute" is the kiss of death! waaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!








      Serisously, though, it looks good. Clean and simple. To really "perfect" it I would clean up the kerning a little and that's being really picky. But you've got to in this biz, right?


      Also, looking at it more closely, they are balloons right? If so, then I'd make the little blue swishes at the bottom of each one the same color as the balloon.

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      • #4
        looks a bit like clip art...but there's really no creative/ simple way to portray fun family day for a ---- correction by perm: credit union...

        however I do love the watermark...I was playing on stealing that idea

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        Post Edited (BIG PERM) : 6/3/2004 12:38:32 PM GMT

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        • #5
          thanks for all of your comments and suggestions! I appreciate it.

          also... just fyi... we're not a bank We're a credit union. HAHA I know doesn't make much of a difference to many people, but us credit union people take offense being called a (and in our environment, it's a dirty word) "bank." hehe

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