Posted 16 March 2011 - 05:38 PM
Rather than just trying to imitate the look of the bauhaus designers, consider what their goals actual are. Your logo should be an identifier. Right now, you've got SO many different elements going on that it's hard to see what "the point" is. It's one thing to make something look good, it's a completely other animal to also make it work well.
Superfluous lines make me think that maybe you should consider the concept a little more...as if you kinda had a hazy idea of what you wanted and tried to fill in the gaps with some random lines. I also agree on the icon / name scale being off - PAPERBOT is tiny, so it makes it seem like a tagline.The green dot for the O also seems like a last minute addition - it's become it's own focus, yet it doesn't have much meaning.
What if you integrated the name into the design - so the icon and the name actually mean the same thing? You maximize your branding potential that way because you can take pieces of the logo and still have it recognized as your brand.