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How nethers started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Royals *or* Fine Arts
What’s your company slogan?
We would like some kind of area where the individual art could be listed: i.e. Band/Choir/Steel Drums/Ceramics/Painting/etc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The First Academy is a Christian private school whose audience is existing families, students and potential families. The Fine Arts Department encompasses theatre, painting, drawing, band, steel drums, choir, video production and more.
We would either like a traditional fine arts logo or some blended elements from a lion. While our school mascot are Royals (or a lion), we already use the lion head for athletics, so our CFO asked us to stay away from using a lion head and lion in the design as we already use the lionhead for athletics; traditional fine arts logos will be desired, or consider blending another portion of the lion (potentially a partial of the lion face, or claws) with something denoting the fine arts. See image examples.
The best design would likely NOT use a full LION FACE so that we don't dilute our existing Athletics lion face from our brand.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like how their mascot is blended with their sport. Additionally, above it provides room for 'Dallas' or in our case, the particular 'Art' such as 'Band'.
We intend to have it stylized in an Athletics type of seal. Ideally, in shades that are compatible with our existing Athletics logo. We wouldn't mind it saying The First Academy, but only if room permits.
See the images attached for preferred styles.
Here is what we're open to for text: Fine Arts, Royals, TFA Fine Arts, Royals Fine Arts, The First Academy FINE ARTS, or FINE ARTS of The First Academy (with The First Academy small).
Mentioned above, would like to see an element such as a banner that would allow for the individual art to be listed.
FINAL FILES: PLEASE SUPPLY AT LEAST ONE VERSION WHERE YOU HAVE NOT CONVERTED TEXT TO OUTLINES.