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I had a subtly different approach in mind.. The Crossing of the lines and spaces between made me think more of the sail panels on your quads...

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Speaking of logos, I just noticed that the KiteLife logo - the kid flying a kite, like on the pin - no longer appears on the home page.

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I had a subtly different approach in mind.. The Crossing of the lines and spaces between made me think more of the sail panels on your quads...
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Looking sweet!!!


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On 5/14/2017 at 3:49 PM, makatakam said:

Speaking of logos, I just noticed that the KiteLife logo - the kid flying a kite, like on the pin - no longer appears on the home page.

I'm not seeing this... ?

Hasn't been a KiteLife logo on the forum home page for quite a while, and the logo still appears on the main home page (KiteLife.com).

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I meant the forum page, not the home page. I probably just didn't notice when it disappeared.

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11 hours ago, John Barresi said:

Here's the layout we've arrived at... 99% sure. ;)

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YES!

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I would like to see the "TKL" a and the two lines going out from the figure bit bolder. The other figures don't look like figures to me. They look more like the graphic normally used to indicate a figure in motion. If they do indeed represent motion, then it's all good, but if they are meant to represent the rest of the team, I think they would be better if they were thicker and went all the way down to the ground.

Of course the TKL doesn't stand for TeamKiteLife, right? It stands for T.K. and Luca.

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Sorry for the tardy reply...

We had them up on Zazzle but they had MASSIVE issues with delayed and canceled orders, currently looking for a suitable replacement vendor.

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