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Advice needed on landscaping logo

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hey folk been mulling over a new logo for my landscaping business before getting the van's new graphics. Anyway I've cut it down to two designs, both aren't finished but can't decide which one is better (or less bad), opinions welcome....

 

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First / top one for me.

 

You can shorten it for logos and business cards etc which is better than the bottom one. and its simple, keep it simple

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The top one is a good base to improve on, the bottom one would be best deleted IMO.

 

The top one makes it look like your landscaping will be very 'hard' and modernistic, all concrete and sleepers stuff, I would not call you.

 

My thoughts would be to replace the image of the house with something more appealing, like a thatched cottage. The hard, straight lines of the 'garden' need some curves and hints of growing shapes, but not the scribble of the second design. By all means keep it abstract, and the fonts are great.

 

But what do I know?

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