Well, now that Sprout’s post took it to where my initial reaction also went…
This is tantamount to “I’m a plumber by trade, looking to do some of my own dental work. (Can you dentists advise me as to which tools would be easiest for me to use?)”
That’s not “design” work. That’s a novel, perhaps amusing, but ultimately tacky, and somewhat self-indulgent notion. Forgive me for assuming the composition will also include the requisite unoriginal cliché about “a hit” or a “home run”.
A seasoned and competent designer would advise against all that. Clientele who already know you may have a momentary chuckle. Prospective clients might either: a) not get it, failing to recognize it’s (supposed to be) you, or b) recognize you and find it unbecoming or unprofessional.
I don’t mean to come off unfriendly about it, but in “design work” every idea should be challenged as a matter of due diligence. When an idea is pursued in the absence of opposing view, the pursuit is given blindly, and that never results in effective design. So for your own good, don’t pursue your idea blindly, and remember, your marketing is for your market, not for you. Good luck.