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I really need feedback on my logo. I am in the process of branding my Great- Grandmother's Pie's for my portfolio, but I do not want to proceed until I complete the logo.

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    Do you have anything better than this badly scanned and cut out photo? It does not present your great-grandmother very well. – usr2564301 Jul 23 '16 at 21:02
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    Hello @Myranda, welcome to GDSE. Please refer to our critique guidelines and edit your question accordingly. – PieBie Jul 23 '16 at 21:10
  • I agree with Rad Lexus. Very bad photo. No offense, but I'd start completely over. After researching logo design. Especially fonts; the script font here makes "Pies" look like "Dies" or "Lies". So, new font, new colors, different graphic, etc. – DocPixel Jul 24 '16 at 22:15
  • I do have a regular picture of this without that filter. Actually trying to figure out how to upload it now. Do you think I should just leave out her face all together? I've been so stuck on this "design" that I haven't tried to come up with anything else. #VeryFrustrated! – Myranda A Harrison Jul 25 '16 at 4:53
  • you should also try an icon like this bit.ly/2agQ4gI on iconfinder instead of the actual picture...and take some inspiration from this logo bit.ly/2aE6DGU...take a look at other round logos too...You should create a vector logo for the cleanliness – penduDev Jul 30 '16 at 7:32
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perhaps try without the photo, as it will date the look of the logo quickly and not work as effectively when used on smaller applications. A nice typography crest logo with a pie icon/silhouette (originally drawn of course) would work really nicely and your Grandmas photo could be used on additional design pieces such as flyers etc.

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