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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by tsh1773, Jul 18, 2003.
Please critique my new company name and logo. Thanks.
Looks good! Green you grass up a bit, and/or thicken it, and I think that would help. The fact that you didn't just put grass down there, but you have EVEN grass on there helps.
Nice; you might consider taking "the"off and just have it Turf Tamer which would allow larger(easier to read from a distance) type on Magnets, vinyl lettering, etc. Looks good, like the name as well.
Thanks for the input so far. Very helpful.
I would have "The Turf Tamer" shaped in an arc....the top half of a circle, then a guy on a horse with a lasso. I would drop the grass and the dirt.
I agree with the above statement.
Lose the "the".
Thicken up the font.
Make the grass taller than the dirt.