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  1. So my wife works for a private art school called "The American Academy of Art.:" They are a very small school that is located in downtown Chicago across from the Art Institute. They have no athletic programs, a mascot or official colors, but their logo is actually pretty cool. Because the School's name is 3 words starting with the letter "A" they have one large triangle created by 3 smaller triangles. It is simple, and it grasps the concepts of basic artistry. I like it a lot. However, me being bored and currently out of my ADD Meds (thank you department of Veteran's Affairs), I came up with some fun concepts for a mascot, colors and logos. Granted, These were done in POWERPOINT so they are NOT good quality, so be gentle when considering that. For a team name I thought of the cheesiest thing I could (mainly because the cheese factor bothers artists and my wife's friends that I go out drinking with, so I am constantly messing with them regarding that) I figured a pun on the Argonauts with the ARTgonauts...I'll take your lack of laughter as approval for my cheese factor. The design for the mascot's shield I had some fun with. I wanted it to have a more Greek/Mediterranean/Ancient feeling similar to that of Aztec art. I would LOVE to see concepts from any of you, as your talent factor far surpasses mine. Plus, the creativity amongst the members here always seems to mystify me.