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aekdbbop

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Messing with my logo again.. and made my hefe label... tell me what you think.


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Hefe

 
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Ok, I think this looks a lot better for the Hefe.



I think I am looking at entering this one in the BYO label contest.. maybe needs a bit more refining.. let me know!
 

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never mind, the label is very nice. It just made me think of the image I posted, or rather the hefe did. It is deleted. Let the thread continue...
 

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Both lables are very cool. Nice job. The second one is prettier, but kind of reminds me of a cheap beer lable. Hamms or Old style. But both are very nice, and I think your logo is top notch.
 

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I like the spots better than the wood grain, but I would get rid of the large ones and the ones that contact the lettering. The large ones make the label a bit too busy, and the ones that contact the lettering muddle up the font.


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TexLaw said:
I like the spots better than the wood grain, but I would get rid of the large ones and the ones that contact the lettering. The large ones make the label a bit too busy, and the ones that contact the lettering muddle up the font.


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Ok, but the spots on the logo?
 
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