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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Ideally I would like my first name to be used as my logo. My first name is: Liron. This is for my fine art website: Liron.com My art is nature inspired and my tag line is: 'Art that Elevates'. I would like to rotate the L in my name so that it doubles up as a bird. The challenge is to not have it be confused with the letter V. The logo should integrate with my tagline.

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What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

Art is a luxury purchase and I am looking for my logo to convey style and prestige. My art is nature inspired and I would like the 'L' of my name to represent 'up-lift', inspiration, freedom and 'transport'. Being that I'm an oil painter, it would be nice to have a logo that looks painted (like a brushstroke) with lines that may change in width.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

Another oil painter's logo I like is on her site: ErinHanson.com She uses her acronyms for her logo. I find her logo visually effective and like the fact it looks like it was painted with a brush (the lines change widths).

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Please note the logo currently used on my site: www.Liron.com (bird like 'L') is merely a "home-made" placeholder. I would prefer to integrate the bird-shaped 'L' with the rest of my name (rather than have the 'L' as a stand alone and then my name). However, if that doesn't work I would consider having the 'L next to my name. I would like the logo to integrate with my tagline (similar to what's shown on ErinHanson.com). Logo and tagline will eventually go on my website, business cards, car sign and more. I would like the logo to look good even when printed in B&W.

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