• There are elements here that I quite like. I'm not certain that the seal is there yet..it needs a little less traditional edge. While I did rate the #66 logo high it's still not the right fit because I do prefer the typeface of logo like #85 and #78. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • While I did rate logo #66 high, it's still not 100% what I'm looking for in the font. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Too busy and too feminine. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • While I did rate logo #6 fairly high, it's still not 100% because while I like the font it's still not quite the right fit for me. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Please see notes for #98.
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  • I really appreciate the aesthetic here and the creativity. It's just too busy. the Whole concept should still appear simple but have that creative edge (e.g. love the "sunburst" lines you used in the circle as it doesn't make anything look too busy while enhancing the creative look). With that said...I do need Mink Makeup + Hair to be outside of a seal.
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  • please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Going in an interesting direction but I still dont' love the M in the seal. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Still not loving the seal. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Interesting but still not the right M fit. While I did rate logo #66 high, it's still not quite the right fit. The font is still not 100%. Whereas logos #85 and #78 have font that are closer to what I'm looking for. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Too traditional looking. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Looks a little dated. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Typeface in seal not the right direction. please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Like Makeup & Hair quite a bit, but the seal is far too busy. Must look less traditional...please see http://www.freddauzat.com/#1158754/Logos-selecta for more inspiration on aesthetic I like. Ultimately I need the logo to still look clean and simple with a little creative edge. It must fit equally well into a fashion magazine with it's mixed typeface and still look contemporary.
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  • Jey
    Dear CH, Please give me our opinion for my design. Thank's.
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  • SCH
    Hi CH, Thank you for the valuable information, i hope that i have got it right on my design this time around.
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  • changed the font of "makeup & hair" read your comment and revering to website but not sure what to make of that: colors ? you want 1 single texline or?
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  • About #86 Thank you again for your feedback! I went with a seal design, using more of a curvy font for the "M" like in the example website you have provided. Keeping with the same layout of the other font. I do have more font choices as well as ideas. Thank you again!
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  • I really like your experimentation with the seal, love the circle with lighter border. I'm just not in love with the M, but definitely a cool idea...I have another site that I'd like you to reference: http://vi.sualize.us/cmuller007/ink/ the Lefthand most images in the top two rows have an aesthetic that my new website will be like. Please keep this in mind when designing.
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