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Old 04-29-2013, 11:50 AM   #21
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I think you should keep the bottom subtitle Psycho Pit, Inc. Remove the Hindu temple on top, and replace it with figure of a bike and a rider with crazy lean angle.
Or a bike with the rider in a straight jacket....
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Old 04-29-2013, 01:30 PM   #22
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Ouch - from a she rider.
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Old 04-29-2013, 01:33 PM   #23
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Appreciate the feedback guys. Nobody even noticed that is the Bauhaus font... You all must be too young, lol. I thought it looked more like a jester hat myself, but then it would be my logo instead of Pete's.

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Old 04-29-2013, 01:38 PM   #24
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Nice, easy, to the point
That's not a logo. That's a sign/billboard.
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Old 04-29-2013, 01:49 PM   #25
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I honestly liked the fact that it wasn't so obvious. Catchy name + a cool image I need to figure out how to connect it to. Probably have to advertise a bit more but word gets around.
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:05 PM   #26
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Most worthless piece of logo I have ever seen. Just kidding Pete but had to respond to the title somehow.
Keep working on it.
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Also, keep in mind how it will look as a sign on the front of the building. Will someone be able to see it, read it, and figure out what you are offering as they drive by doing 45mph. The potential customer has about 1.5 seconds to figure that out as they drive by. As someone else said, how will it look on the side of an engine case, a decal, letterhead, etc...
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Also, keep in mind how it will look as a sign on the front of the building. Will someone be able to see it, read it, and figure out what you are offering as they drive by doing 45mph. The potential customer has about 1.5 seconds to figure that out as they drive by. As someone else said, how will it look on the side of an engine case, a decal, letterhead, etc...
As well as on biz card, t shirts, stickers... Luckily his shop storefront can't be seen from the street. Hence why it is a single color logo and not multicolor, which really raises your costs on shirts and stickers if I didn't already have a silk screen press.

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Old 04-30-2013, 02:26 AM   #30
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It might work as a letterhead logo for a small budget mental health facility.
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Make that middle column into a wrench and it would help.
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Looks like my and laying there... just sayin....

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The font is too small and cartoonish for a logo.

Graphics is an odd mix of architectural genres: ionic column (what's in gallery furniture logo) and typical Islamic temple dome. Lacks color. Awkward and unremarkable.

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I would suggest a complete rework. Start with a theme - be it strength, rebellious, edgy, industrial, tribal... something - ANYTHING - to act as a central concept you are trying to convey. Logo is suppose to express a message about the company it represents.

Have you done industrial designs? Or are you just knocking around?
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lol!
Darranwil, you asked for it. Having fun yet?
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Darranwil, you asked for it. Having fun yet?
Oh yeah. See, if i had asked for just feedback it would have all been flaming. So by asking for it I threw people's flame circuitry out of whack. lol.

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Make that middle column into a wrench and it would help.
This! An open-ended wrench and optionally a nut just above it that could be the dot of the i.
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This! An open-ended wrench and optionally a nut just above it that could be the dot of the i.
Good feedback guys. I like that.

Appreciate it.

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Old 04-30-2013, 09:21 PM   #39
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An alternative to the wrench in the middle of the Ps would be making the inside circle of the first P the front sprocket and second P's outside circle the rear sprocket. That way you would suggest motorcycles with the logo.
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Heres something i came up with. just for effect i know it doesnt look "proper" because i didnt have alot of time to spend on it, but i like the original idea i think that using hexagons to replace the space around the "p's" and "i" tie it all together and give a sense of what your business is about.
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