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I don't like the writing. It looks like an 8 year old wrote it.

 

The tree is cool.

 

We start em young out here:D snappy design. I also like the other version too, d'oh!

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How about the tree/arbtalk design in bright green on a black backgroud - black T's wont show up the sh*t as fast!:D

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Not to sound nit-picky... but the "T" in the green logo looks like a cross... are ya lookin' for a religious overtone? Just my take...

 

I actually like the first one with the roots... but different lettering. Maybe more blocky, instead of scribbly?

 

If these come stateside I would buy one!

 

Gary

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Not to sound nit-picky... but the "T" in the green logo looks like a cross... are ya lookin' for a religious overtone? Just my take...

 

I actually like the first one with the roots... but different lettering. Maybe more blocky, instead of scribbly?

 

If these come stateside I would buy one!

 

Gary

 

If you come up with a design yo may even win one Gary,:D

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A thought on the matter and a question.Is there a specific type of tree that is unique to the British Isles?If so,I would tend to think that is what I would use.I doubt it would be a coconut palm.

 

Being from the central U.S. it would be a red oak or sugar maple in these parts.The southern states would likely be a live oak with the Douglas fir on the west coast.

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A thought on the matter and a question.Is there a specific type of tree that is unique to the British Isles?If so,I would tend to think that is what I would use.I doubt it would be a coconut palm.

 

Being from the central U.S. it would be a red oak or sugar maple in these parts.The southern states would likely be a live oak with the Douglas fir on the west coast.

 

We have 33 native British trees, Al, so take your pick! :D

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Not to sound nit-picky... but the "T" in the green logo looks like a cross... are ya lookin' for a religious overtone? Just my take...

 

I actually like the first one with the roots... but different lettering. Maybe more blocky, instead of scribbly?

 

If these come stateside I would buy one!

 

Gary

 

Until you mentioned it I didn't even notice the T looking like a cross. But you're right and no, it certainly wasn't an intentional religious overtone.

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