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3rd round Logos


Hi All,

I'm attaching the third round logos for Poto mitan

Let me know what you think tomorrow morning.





Martha Wallner's picture


I prefer the middle and bottom ones - I like these siren bodies much better than the last.
The head with ferns/fronds doesn't really work for me in general though - maybe if they looked
more like they were actually growing out of the head - or the head had some wavy hair and then some
space and then the fronds. The bald head in relief with the ferns looks strange and a little creepy to me.
THANKS JULIE for all the hard work that you put into this. Martha

acdadesky's picture


I like the bottom one best - nice layout esp - but I also still really like the stars and like the trumpet in the woman's mouth - like in the top one. So my vote is for a final logo that incorporates top, middle, bottom :) -- and that has the trumpet in the woman's mouth, and a few stars above the the siren in no. 3, whose position over the text is quite nice.

Juile, can you do that? and we can get the final sign off from everyone?

merci ac

Anne-christine d'Adesky
Director of Global Advocacy
3345 22nd street,
San Francisco, CA 94110

Mobilizing Women and Girls to Fight HIV/AIDS

JanetF's picture

Logo Feedback

Dear Julie and All,

Thanks so much for continuing tweaks! I love the stars in #1, like the "centering" of #3, so I think--as AC asks--that if you can incorporate the elements from each, that will be great. Maybe you could add a small area right above the head--as Martha suggests--which looks like wavy hair, then have the palm fronds coming off of that. That would be "La Sirene"-like imagery, as she is usually depicted with wavy hair.

We really appreciate all of your fantastic work, Julie!! Hugs!! Janet

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