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Logo for plastic and diecast models ecommerce website
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We need a logo for a model website network (3 sites) under one domain (makete.net). We sell plastic and diecast model cars and other plastic models (mostly military planes, tanks, ships) in two different shops. The third website in the network is the forum. Please check the description for more information.
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Tagline: see description Desired Color Scheme: blue, green (see description) Desired Style: clean, minimalistic Accepted File Formats: Vector Formats (.eps, .pdf or .ai) Hello to everyone, We need a logo for a model website network (3 sites) under one domain (makete.net). We sell plastic and diecast model cars and other plastic models (mostly military planes, tanks, ships) in two different shops. The third website in the network is the forum. * Website - Domain name * Car models shop - avtomoto.makete.net Military models shop - vojasko.makete.net Models forum - forum.makete.net This is the current car model webshop: http://www.miniimports.si/ (the website will be re-designed and moved to the new domain after we receive the logo) The main obvious problem is that the logo must incorporate two completely different themes - cars and military. You can change the logo for each website (the colors are almost a must), but the look and feel must be similar so it is seen as a network. There are of course three taglines, one for each website. So: - makete.net: avtomoto - makete.net: vojasko - makete.net: forum You can put the tagline above or below the domain name. I need a horizontal and vertical version of the logo. The logo we had in mind is sketch of a car and a plane besides the text. But we are completely open to other suggestions. If there are any questions, I will gladly answer them. Thank you for your contributions.
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