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23 hours ago, panthers_2012 said:

Not a big fan of L continuing into the E. Just moved the L slightly over and the end of it can fit into the E better and it won't stick out. 

Does this look better?

LouisvilleEagles2.1.png

22 hours ago, cjm3114jr said:

Or, move the E up so the L passes through it, like the dodgers LA

Moving it up would make it to vertical so I went with how Lake Erie did it. I don't think it turned out great but please let me know how you like it.LouisvilleEagles2.2.png

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3 hours ago, TheLogoManiac13 said:

Does this look better?

LouisvilleEagles2.1.png

Moving it up would make it to vertical so I went with how Lake Erie did it. I don't think it turned out great but please let me know how you like it.LouisvilleEagles2.2.png

Please leave more suggestions!

I like it better.

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21 hours ago, panthers_2012 said:

So something like this.. *Courtesy of the Lake Erie Crushers* 

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This works better because the L & E stand for Lake Erie. I think it's a very lazy way out to come up with a logo that contains both initials for city and nickname. There are very few instances where it works, or is even necessary (to differentiate one team from another in the same city). You should have L or the E, not both.

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6 hours ago, TheLogoManiac13 said:

Does this look better?

LouisvilleEagles2.1.png

Moving it up would make it to vertical so I went with how Lake Erie did it. I don't think it turned out great but please let me know how you like it.LouisvilleEagles2.2.png

Please leave more suggestions!

I like the first one better. 

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