• Goto the website www.brunellocucinelli.it. Look at how clean, simple and classy the logo is. Take me there. Oftentimes the best logos will contain elements that just look good together but don't related to the craft.
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  • Hello... About design #19 ...Do you have any preferences about symbols or objects that identify your business???... I can follow your idea and create something interesting... tks Paulo Design
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  • loose the necktie. Try another symbol. Love the lettering/fonts and positioning. Keep up the good work.
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  • very original. Like the colors. Would be hard for printing purposes.
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  • Dear Contest Holder, Design #23 is a modern and clean logo. The gradient gives a chique metallic look and it's easy to recognize, even when it's printed black and white. Sincerely, Audreymedia
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  • Dear Contest Holder, Designs #21 and #22 are clean, modern, and stylish with a vintage twist. I decided to stick with a classic black and white color scheme to accomplish a more streamline look. I also used a skyline in this design to reference the city in which your company is based. Sincerely, Claunch Design Studio
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  • It is not allowed to show multiple designs in one entry, please submit your design again without backgrounds. Please read the rules again. Thank you.
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  • Revised version. Has been tidied and set negative also for your feedback.
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  • Hi CH, Thank you for your comments, #8 looks good to me.
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  • Try repositioning the lettering like #9. Will have to make scissors a bit smaller to acheive this. Keep playing with it. You are very talented...Think mercedes.
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  • Looks too generic and a little dated. Letter positioning and framework is correct. Think classic Mercerdes
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  • Like the uniqueness, but looks too dated. I really like your Ensol design.
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  • With apologies for my earlier error, I have taken the opportunity to extent the length of the 'Horizontal' 'P' to be more in keeping with the real thing. Thank you.
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  • Ooops Sorry Competition Holder. I have just re-read the brief, and realised I have not met your colour requirements, with your permission I shall re-submit.
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  • Hello, The design as you will see shows a pair of scissors, and a serrated 'swatch', there could be more swatches, different colours, pinstripe, etc. Thank you for the opportunity to present.
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  • I have a version with no subtle shadows added also. Let me know if you wish to see it. There is also a negative version, with a background.
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  • Got it. Sorry about that!
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  • Hi CH. Thank you for the speedy feedback. I'm not sure I understand the points you have awarded... Do you know that 1=bad and 100=excellent? Anyway I will keep playing with the design for you and take on board your advice.
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  • Try turning the scissors upright or straight up and down. That would make the 55 more visible.
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