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I will design a line of cool clothes for dogs - something that both women and men owners will not be embarrassed for their dogs to wear. The clothes will include items like hoodies and shirts/T-shirts for dogs. Later I am also hoping to add a line of accessories to the brand (leads, tags, toys, etc). The colours for clothes I imagine are black, gray, red, blue, green, orange; nothing too bright, pink and princess-like. The target audience will be younger and middle-aged dog owners (25-50) who would like their dogs to match their urban dress style.
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Animal & Pet
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I want the logo to look 'cool', something like the iconic Converse, Etnies, Puma logos - nothing too frilly and childish. Having a picture (outline) of a dog (preferably full body rather than face) would be beneficial because I won't have a strap line and I want to be clear what the company will sell. Seeing as logo will be printed on clothing, it shouldn't have too many small details that will disappear when embossing. I quite like logos utilising negative space. Attached is a logo I found today that I quite like, however please feel free to inject a little more colour into it, etc.