Walter Pall's main blog about bonsai and his work with trees from day to day. Lots of good pictures of good trees and lots of valuable information about bonsai.
I like the imagery of Alexander.
think the best and strongest of all designs is that from blackhobos, really nice and professional!
Here, I vote for blackhobos...very good!
My personal favourite is the design by blackhobos too. That is if it spells 'academy' in stead of 'acadamy'. 'Acadamy' would sound like an akadama-distributor :)My arguments for this preference :-it is simple; it is chaotic nor overloaded-the overall composition is balanced-it does what a good logo should do : condense essential information -both formal as in atmosphere- in a synoptic view-the style choice of both fonts and image (tree) are consistent, go well together-the design looks distinguished and professional-the design looks as if it always existed and was not 'made'-one can easily remember the logo even when not confronted with it visually; still 'see it with closed eyes'-style choices are contemporary-it will look as good very small as on a large banner-the tree abstraction allows variations in color and shape if wantedI am a master in arts and i do bonsai. So i estimated my opinion might be worth about two cents :)wouter otten, firstname.lastname@example.org
WalterIf you want to use the logo for letterheads, web sites etc. it should be clean and easy to relate to. I do like most of your trees, but putting one of them as a logo (in colour) makes the logo looking nervous and not very professional. Bryan, Max, Blackhobos and a few others seem to be professionals or at least very distingushed amateurs and understand the importance and message of a logo. I remember having seen one sent in from South America (Antonio), it blew me away. Crisp, clean, stylish, carries the message, all you want. Have fun in selecting, I was thinking of sending in one myself but you do have enough of a choice already, I presume.CheersStefan
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