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    Help to vectorise/improve our logo please

    Can anyone help me to improve on this? This is our school logo and this is about the best version we have of it. I would love a vector version.

    Help to vectorise/improve our logo please-malogo.jpg

    Also, if anyone thinks they can modernise it in anyway please feel free, but I still want a vector of the original as I'll have to convince the head if we are to change the logo substantially! Thanks.

    In case it helps, the school name is Mascalls, and we are in Kent. The logo is supposed to look like an M and an A, and also Oast Houses. It is quite clever, but I think it looks a bit dated now. Colours can change, but blue is the school colour.

    Any help much appreciated. Thanks.

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    Here you go.



    EPS Vector attached

    Mascalls Logo.zip

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    Thanks very much SYSMAN. Donation made!

    As a logo expert (I've looked through your portfolio) do you think it needs updating at all, or do you think it is ok as it is? Can you see any way to improve it?

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Here you go.



    EPS Vector attached

    Mascalls Logo.zip
    That's ace, that.

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    Thanks for that.

    After reading the reason behind the logo I think it works really well. You could change it and incorporate a more recognisable oast house image but like you say it would be a substantial change.

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    Great. I think we'll stick with it as it is then. I think my annoyance with it was due to working with poor quality bitmaps. Can I ask what package you use for your vector work? If I want to play around with it should I use Illustrator, or is there something else?

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    Done in Illustrator but any vector editor should be fine, Inkspace for example

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    Wow. I bow to superior skills.

    GJE

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