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Marlins M logo (revisited)

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Hey guys i worked on a similar project last summer and i just read over the old posts and got some good positive feed back on the work. I worked on it again today for a while and changed it up a bit. I took some of the suggestions from the last time and i think i have a fairly successful product. Please tell me what you think of it, any comments or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks guys,

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Marlin M 1

Marlin M 2

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http://boards.sportslogos.net/index.php?sh...hl=billsballerc

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Hey guys i worked on a similar project last summer and i just read over the old posts and got some good positive feed back on the work. I worked on it again today for a while and changed it up a bit. I took some of the suggestions from the last time and i think i have a fairly successful product. Please tell me what you think of it, any comments or suggestions are appreciated. Thanks guys,

Billsballerc

Marlin M 1

Marlin M 2

The Marlins already tried that idea. I think they used to wear these hats in batting practice. If I remember correctly, the Florida Marlins were going to change their name to the Miami Marlins once they move into their new stadium and use a logo with an "M" incorporated in it. I'm not sure if the Marlins are still planning on doing this.

Marlins "M" logo

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im quite aware of this but i used a different marlin to make it flow better and give it a different look.

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im quite aware of this but i used a different marlin to make it flow better and give it a different look.

ok just making sure. your logos do look really good! the marlins need a new logo! :D

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I couldn't find any fault with either one. My only thought is that No. 2 is the better choice because it could also be used with the full words "Miami" and "Marlins".

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