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classic car dealership and garage logo

Discussion in 'Logo Design' started by Joe Diaz, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Joe Diaz

    Joe Diaz Very Active Member

    Here is what I have so far... simple black and white.
    octane 66 logo.jpg

    Tomorrow I get to work on some pinups for marketing and t-shirts to go with this brand. The research is going to be brutal!:omg:
     
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  2. HDvinyl

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    halfway house.
    O that's nice!
     
  3. TheSnowman

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    Love it.
     
  4. ThinkRight

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    Great stuff.
    You should do this full time for a living !
    / sarc
    Keep inspiring us hacks :notworthy:
     
  5. Dan Antonelli

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    Awesome as usual Joe!
     
  6. bigben

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    Love it.. I :rock-n-roll:
     
  7. SignManiac

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    Very nice tight design!
     
  8. bob

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    Not bad other than you have the exhausts appearing to come out of the oil pan.
     
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    You're an inspiring dude.
     
  10. Moze

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    That was my thought as well. The headers ("exhausts"...lol) should be higher up so they're coming out of the heads.
     
  11. Billct2

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    I find the "belts & pulleys" a little distracting, maybe if they were half tones?
    It has nothing to do with the design, but 66 is really low octane, I know they're capitalizing
    on Rt 66 but still for high performance muscle cars 66 Octane is a no no
     
  12. SIGNTIME

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    this ... otherwise i think its awesome:thumb:
     
  13. John Butto

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    It is a rough crowd today Joe, but I applaud you.
     
  14. JBusch260

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    I like it Joe! Good work.
     
  15. SIGNTIME

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    this is where they should be but now it looks like a confused robot...
     

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  16. John Butto

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    You made it look like WALL E
     
  17. SIGNTIME

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    i was thinkinh johnny 5 but youre right its closer to walle
     
  18. Moze

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    ...Maybe try it with down-swept headers.
     
  19. SIGNTIME

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    maybe a blower?.... cant wait to see this when finished:popcorn:
     

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  20. Moze

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    Twin turbo...the turbos could be the two 6's.
     
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