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    I'm really enjoying this forum! I'm looking forward to learning a lot from all you great designers on here. Here is a logo I've been working on for the place where i live which is a renovated old elementary school building.

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    is this like a school turned into condos or apartments? A little hard to read with so much black and is it "school 80" or "80 school". I do like that grungy textured yellow. And nice sense of organization/placement there. What kind of message are you trying to convey?

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    • #3
      i agree with pedro, i mean kieth. i dig the design and style, but i think we need to know a little more about the project before decided whether or not it's appropriate in context.

      Welcome to the GDF!

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      • #4
        It's school 80, and yeah its an elementary school turned into condos. As for message, i was kind of going for like a school zone type street sign. But this is not actually for the condos. Its just something i wanted to put on a tshirt for me and my roommates. Otherwise i wouldn't have done the grunge thing because they probably would rather people think of their building as clean than "grungy."

        Thanks for the c&c!

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        • #5
          i can see it on a t-shirt. i say go for it then, it looks good. maybe move school up so the "L" is completely touching or away a little more for some space. Right now there is a hair line there so it doesn't look complete. Also it isn't exactly a perfect diamond shape but that doesn't really matter, adds even more grungynish (<< if that's a word) for this, i think it works. Good job!

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          • #6
            It's the complete opposite of any look I would go for under those circumstances.

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            • #7
              under what circumstances?

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              • #8
                it kinda reads like 'shoot' with a typo
                a drink a day keeps the shrink away

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                • #9
                  If it is for a T-shirt (not corporate shiznitch) I would try and play up the whole, 80km/h in a school zone thing.
                  match in the gas tank, boom boom

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                  • #10
                    it looks great for a shirt

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                    • #11
                      nice for a t-shirt... not for a sign or logo.

                      I would try and put the "school" on the upper left side, because I read "80 school" until you specified that it was the other way around. Also, give it a little room to breathe. The L in school is way too close to the mark. I would keep the same general idea, but sketch out a bunch of ideas of where the "school" could go... just not on the bottom.

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