- Jan 2, 2014
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- Phoenix, AZ
The only thing I'd change is the color. Verde means green. That said I would change the teal to a more radiant green...but it's no biggy.
May want to spell check that logo. Unless poker supples is something I don't know, but am oddly intrigued about.
I think the fanned cards are a little overused now a days. When designing a logo, think "would this look nice on a polo shirt, hat, shopping bag, etc?"
Also, if this is for an actual company, invest in a professional designer and use your efforts on running the business.
Also, is there a demand for another poker supplies company? So many of them have gone tits up since black friday.
I really like this. Why not find a cool image or graphic of a Palo Verde tree and use that instead of the cards? I wonder if it would look good. You opening a poker supply store in the Valley?
Maybe a palo verde tree in the shape of a spade or club for the center
Ahh there's always a market for quality hand made goods. This sounds excellent.I would just be making things like tables, drink carts, card cases and chip cases in my workshop and then selling them online. For the drink carts I will build them but package them in an IKEA style, so the customer would have to do the assembly, but it would cut down drastically on the price of labor and shipping.
Plus the tree could also represent the wood you use in your products. Oh I just love this idea.I really like this. Why not find a cool image or graphic of a Palo Verde tree and use that instead of the cards? I wonder if it would look good. You opening a poker supply store in the Valley?