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    Hello I'm new to this forum, nice to meet y'all's!

    what do you think of this logo i done for my girlfriend. She cuts-up old-skool hip hop/cult films and grabs clips from them to be projected at hip hop events (a VJ basically).

    her requirements were something simple that related to the name SCARAH, (sarah/scary etc..) it has to have a spooky edge, yet a level of comedy. This would have to work in colour as well as b&w and across a wide range of media.



    cheers


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    casper the ghost comes to mind when speaking about scary/comedy or scomedy. anyway.. i'm liking what you did there, i would make the lines thicker though so it's easier to read when it's smaller. It probably starts to disappear when you scale it down, then again it is kind of ghostly so disappearing may be a cool effect. lol

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