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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Soupy, Dec 5, 2002.
Doesn't make a difference to me, Soupy. I still like #2!
i like the first one of the 2nd batch that you posted...very nice & professional
I like the tree in #3 more than the grass in #2, but I like the text in #2 more then #3. So, it's kinda hard for me to decide on either.
Thanks for your inputs guys, Keep them comeing
I like #3, just have lawn care slide over all the way to the left, so it lines up with creative.
The main purpose for this logo will be to go on Gray T's. That is why they have the gray background in them. The actual logo will not have the gray. I also plan on useing them on invoices and envelopes.
So keep in mind when looking at them that they will be on the back an front left breast of a gray t-shirt.
Thanks again for all your inuts.
#2 #2 #2 #2 has my vote
They all look pretty good, I would have to go with #2. If you go with #1, I would use the font that has a solid color rather than the outlined one. Reason why, the solid will just be easier to read and less work for the eyes.