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This is a boat that was named the St. Patrick. I deisgned this logo with the note in mind that there was already the blue and grey trim on there. Anyway it turns out this is what's going on it, so I can not wait to see it in action! Thanks to Vinyl Graphix for putting my logo in action on the boat template.

What do you guys think? What would you have done?

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Very nice.

I might have kerned the "S" and "t" a little closer......among a couple other letters. But I can see the grey drop shadow giving you problems with that aspect.

Looks good man.

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monotype corsiva and a shamrock?

pretty obvious choices, if you ask me.

if you wanted to be a little different, you might have gone with something to do with St. Patrick's Breastplate (or Lorica, if you will).....there could be some very interesting imagery from this snippet that could absolutely be incorporated into a logo.

I bind unto myself today

The virtues of the star lit heaven,

The glorious sun's life giving ray,

The whiteness of the moon at even,

The flashing of the lightning free,

The whirling wind's tempestuous shocks,

The stable earth, the deep salt sea

Around the old eternal rocks.

a little research goes a long way.

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Interesting Fiasco. But this was suppost to be very simple. At first all they wanted was the wordmark of St. Patrick, but I was messing around with some obvious Irish symbols and saw that the clover fit there. Im not sure if I could have incorporated too much more into it without taking away from the simplicity, and easy identification with the boat.

Thanks for the comments guys.

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