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    Ok so a friend of mine is starting a mobile BBQ company and needed a logo, the company name is mEAT and I just wondered what you thought of the logo? (hopefully its attached!!)
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    Looks kind of poopy when reduced in size, ay?
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    • #3
      Who eats meat with a spoon?

      I think the mEAT is fine by itself. The cutlery at the moment looks too cliparty.

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      • #4
        a bit plain. not feeling any BBQ warmth from it.
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        • #5
          who eats BBQ with utensils??? my hands do all the working when i'm eating BBQ.

          as for the logo it's not going to work at a smaller size. think how its going to look on a business card. your font choice is kinda blah IMO, I'd go with something heavier since BBQ isn't diet food.

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          • #6
            Agreed. I think it would look better if it were more "meaty," as in bulky or strong.

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            • #7
              go for creating an 'M' out of three x skewered kebabs ... that would be a bit meatier!

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              • #8
                Do you live in a BBQ-rich area? I'm sure there are lots of samples of BBQ places around to check out. I'm not saying copy or do anything cliche, but in TX, BBQ means rich, meaty, western, family, pride, full, outdoors, spicy, flavor, hands (like Typically said), etc.

                Is mEAT a high-end mobile BBQ company?

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                • #9
                  That font choice is pretty boring. Plus as already mentioned, the utensils look very much like clip art. I do not get a BBQ vibe from it at all and living in the South I see BBQ logos just about everyday.

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                  • #10
                    The whole thing is pretty boring. Especially compared to what the BBQs around here have for logos. They are almost old-style-logo-complex in their colors and their layers.
                    But that's the way of things these days. The more boring the better.
                    <yawn>

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                    • #11
                      my little brainstorms:
                      I see a little short fat knife, handle to the left, blade to the Rt. A funky font for the M, on the handle, and eat on the blade.

                      OR, have a fork pulling away the ends of the E, like how a fork pulls tender meat apart...

                      Or, the E is the fork?

                      Maybe a napkin would be a good image since BBQ is so messy?

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                      • #12
                        Toss the spoon.

                        Use the fork and the knife to form an x under mEAT. Kinda like a skull and cross bones.

                        A little bit humour is captivating and memorable too.

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                        • #13
                          Turn that fork the other way, dump the knife and the spoon as already suggested and stab something!

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