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    Hi. We are working on a new logo (mortgage lender associate). We are still deciding on the tagline and have a few logo choicess- or maybe we'll go back to the drawing board. (Colors are not final- just for placement).

    The target market is dual: realtors and high-middle to upper income family buyers.

    Any comments?
    http://www.marymcelree.com/logo.html

  • #2
    #3's got my vote.
    Creativity is taking what is and bringing in what isn't.

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    • #3
      one and three for me, by the way all of them looks very professional and clean.

      ikyut
      I have nothing to say, The Strokes...

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      • #4
        I kinda like #4...

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        • #5
          1 and 2 are my favourites, they look very professional and portrays a "trustworthy" image which i would be very important when you're a mortgage lender!
          work play shoot flabfight

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          • #6
            I Like 3, but the curve looks a bit wobbly... other than that it's a good job.
            PS - This is what part of the Alphabet would look like if Q & R were eliminated

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            • #7
              I like 2 the best with the Signature font on the "Opening Doors" wording on #4
              Chris
              Fuelded by Imagination

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              • #8
                #2 for me. Very professional.

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                • #9
                  I like #2, also. It feels strong and stable.
                  ~Cassi

                  CassiLowe.com

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