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  • LaCrosse Logos

    Here are some logos I made for a LaCrosse team. Tell me what you think, and if you like them. Critique them if you wish. Bash them if you like, but let me know what you think. There are also two of them, so let me know which one you like better.
    Last edited by Mynock; 06-21-2005, 08:24 PM.
    Less be more.

  • #2
    the mark reminds me more of golf than lacrosse.

    Maybe try incorporating a variation of the mark in the first one with one of the "o"s is osseo.

    Right now it lack a stong concept, it feels like two items slapped together.

    play with it more, a strong logo is more than a mark and typing in the letters.
    all other forms of advertising that fall out of that realm, missed the short bus to design school. - d-frag


    • #3
      Originally posted by INDY GS

      Right now it lack a stong concept, it feels like two items slapped together.
      i agree but the first one is definitely the better of the two, the shapes work much more harmonically.
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      • #4

        Is it possible for you to explain me what these logos try to depict. As i'm not able to understand!! Color used in these logos is very good as its a good depiction of POWER/ENERGY.


        Keep it up....... :-)
        Anush M


        • #5
          I like the color choice but i'm not getting it. though I don't know alot about lacrosse.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by defjoe
            I like the color choice but i'm not getting it. though I don't know alot about lacrosse.
            I'm with defjoe. I don't get what the image is and maybe because I don't know diddly squat about lacrosse.


            • #7
              Myn- I would either go with the ball portion of the graphic or the lacrosse stick portion as your graphic element. If you go with the stick, I would try and work something out with the netting to give a clearer indication. Although if you use the ball, you could just place that text above the that top wind stroke. I love the orange and black HS colors!
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              • #8
                Colors were not my choice, they already exist. I just had to incorporate a logo using those colors. This is what a lacrosse player looks like. It's played with a sticks and a ball. It plays like football, hockey, and basketball. It's fast paced they wear less pads then football or hockey. I've never been to a game in person. The object in my logos is a illustration of the stick they use. I thought people who pick that up, but I guess if you're not a familiar with lacrosse you wouldn't.
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                • #9
                  I don't know much about LaCrosse, but these logos look a little confusing to me as well. Definately design #1 has the most potential, but I think it needs a little more work. I don't like the font on design 2 at all.

                  I would try to rework the elements of lacrosse into the logo a little better to make it a little more clear.

                  Good luck and I look forward to seeing your revisions.
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                  • #10
                    I thought including the netting would make it too busy, and I wanted to K.I.S.S. I like the first one the most, but I'll post some here later with just the ball or just the stick.
                    Less be more.


                    • #11
                      Make the "O" the ball??


                      • #12
                        I caught the ball and the head of the lacrosse stick in your theme, but it isn't super obvious. Have you checked out existing logos for the professional teams? They are all pretty illustrative.

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                        • #13
                          I could to something "pretty illustrative" but it would be hard to make out on a helmet. These are going on a lacrosse helmet.
                          Less be more.


                          • #14
                            Here are some different versions of the original.
                            Less be more.


                            • #15
                              2B is definitely closer to what I had mentioned in my earlier post. Just needs to be neatened up a bit and I think you're solid on the design.
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