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    hey, trying to design my own clothing label. id like what u think of the work done so far, u think i could use this as a logo? or play around more..

    ...its called mavrik.international...

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    If it had to be embroidered, would the little splotches show up?

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      I like your logo, but i think it will works better on plane black color, I mean without all the white dirt on it.
      I think this will be very dificult to print with this dirt.

      Good work.


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        I literally had to look at it 4 times to read 'Mavrik' (in fact I just clicked back on it, because I thought it said 'marik') Solid color will definitely be easier for certain applications (such as embroidering which 1984 already mentioned.) No matter what, 'international' being splotchy was very difficult to read because the splotches were proportionally larger. International, IMHO should definitely be solid.
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        • #5
          I agree soild is the key and it's better for those people that can't see to good. But if your going to print it on fabric and want to still use the white spots, then just use a few of them but not too much.

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          • #6
            ^^ i agree with all of that. I'm liking that funky shaoe at the bottom though



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